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Roslyn Chambers' dialogue
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NPCRoslyn Chambers
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Data FileFallout4.esm
Editor IDRoslynChambers
VoiceNPCFRoslynChambers
 
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CATEGORY TYPE SUBTYPE PROMPT DIALOGUE BEFORE RESPONSE TEXT DIALOGUE AFTER SCRIPT NOTES SCENE
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo NPCFRoslynChambers: As promised. You'll find Covenant has a lot more to offer since we've come... to this understanding. Solemn MS17_400d_ImpatientChambersEnd
Scene SceneDialogue Custom DoctorChambers: But most importantly it is our one chance to end this age of paranoia. I will make you a deal. I pay you handsomely. And you let me dispose of our last remaining synth test subject, Amelia Stockton. Then I can continue my work. HonestDan: I've had my fill of crazy on this contract. No deal. This is distasteful - but she will compromise just this far MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom DoctorChambers: But most importantly it is our one chance to end this age of paranoia. I will make you a deal. If you let me dispose of Stockton's synth and continue our work I'll match whatever reward you were offered. HonestDan: I've had my fill of crazy on this contract. No deal. This is distasteful - but she will compromise just this far MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom NPCFRoslynChambers: And here you are. You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts. Player Default: I'll give you a fair hearing. Contained fury at the player's actions, knows her torture could be misinterpreted by simple minds / Angry MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom NPCFRoslynChambers: And here you are. My life's work on the verge of ruin all because of your efforts to find Stockton's supposed daughter. Angry MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom You do know she's most likely a synth, yes? If you are more than a hired gun, perhaps we can stop this before it's too late. Player Default: I'll give you a fair hearing. Disgusted - assumes the player is an idiot / Irritated MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I'll give you a fair hearing. How considerate. DoctorChambers: What would you do if your family was destroyed by a synth, right in front of you, when you were but a child? Razor sarcasm / Irritated MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: There's nothing you can say that can excuse what I've seen here. Everything we've done has been to stop the suffering of more innocents at the hands of the Institute and their synth menace. DoctorChambers: Covenant is many things. A refuge for the broken people left in the wake of the Institute's rampages. A place of safety and healing. Angry Fervent / Irritated MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: What facts? Some background is required to fully answer that. DoctorChambers: What would you do if your family was destroyed by a synth, right in front of you, when you were but a child? Sharp MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: What facts? Why else do you think we attacked her caravan? After testing, we have well over a seventy percent confidence level of our initial diagnosis. No empathy MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I'd have to perform an autopsy to be sure. Player Default: I'll give you a fair hearing. Matter-of-fact MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: How considerate. What would you do if your family was destroyed by a synth, right in front of you, when you were but a child? Accusatory / Angry MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Would you roll over and accept it? Or would you do something about it? Player Default: I've been there. But I haven't resorted to torturing innocents. Disgusted at the thought at giving up, heated at the end / Angry MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I've been there. But I haven't resorted to torturing innocents. Casualties are inevitable. It may not look like it but we're at war. DoctorChambers: As long as the Institute walks invisibly amongst us, they strike without warning and control us from the shadows. Conviction! MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I'd make them pay. Then you do understand. It may not look like it but there's a war being fought. DoctorChambers: As long as the Institute walks invisibly amongst us, they strike without warning and control us from the shadows. A hint of surprise, conviction MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: It sounds like you didn't let it go. No, I did not. It may not look like it but there's a war being fought. DoctorChambers: As long as the Institute walks invisibly amongst us, they strike without warning and control us from the shadows. Proud, conviction MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: What happened to you? In Diamond City, a lifetime ago, my parents and eight others were massacred by someone. At first we thought the maniac was human. A far away traumatic memory / Sad MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom But that was the day we learned of the Institute's latest creations. The synths. DoctorChambers: As long as the Institute walks invisibly amongst us, they strike without warning and control us from the shadows. Steely conviction MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: You can't seriously want to kill all the synths... We most certainly do. But we have to find them first. DoctorChambers: A living synth is indistinguishable from a human by any medical test yet devised. Conviction MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Someone needs to destroy the Institute. A perfectly rational response. DoctorChambers: A living synth is indistinguishable from a human by any medical test yet devised. Grudgingly pleased MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Who really knows what the Institute is responsible for. And how do they manage to keep us in the dark? DoctorChambers: A living synth is indistinguishable from a human by any medical test yet devised. Scientist MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: A war, really? Is it that bad? Hundreds of kidnappings over the years. Ask the survivors if it's really "that bad". Biting back even more anger MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom And there're so many other tragedies that may be their responsibility, as well. Player Default: You can't seriously want to kill all the synths... She has more evidence, but she doesn't deign to share it MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Casualties are inevitable. It may not look like it but we're at war. As long as the Institute walks invisibly amongst us, they strike without warning and control us from the shadows. Contained anger MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I've dedicated my life to devising a test to detect these hidden synths. To root them out, so they can be extinguished. Proud, zealot MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Isn't that a goal worth fighting for? Player Default: You can't seriously want to kill all the synths... Full of her zealot conviction / Defiant MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: We most certainly do. But we have to find them first. A living synth is indistinguishable from a human by any medical test yet devised. Describing the problem she's been trying to solve her whole life MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom But, it turns out, psychology can detect a difference. Enter the SAFE test. But sharing her epiphany, proud MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom The test is in its infancy, but through sacrifice and perseverance our success rate is improving. Player Default: But your methods are barbaric. It's torture. Conviction! MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: But your methods are barbaric. It's torture. To improve the SAFE test intense psychological pressure must be applied to our test subjects. It is distasteful but necessary. DoctorChambers: Covenant is many things. A refuge for the broken people left in the wake of the Institute's rampages. A place of safety and healing. Barely distasteful at all, full of conviction MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: If you can get that test to work, that could be a game changer. And then everything we've done will be justified. DoctorChambers: Covenant is many things. A refuge for the broken people left in the wake of the Institute's rampages. A place of safety and healing. Pleased the player shares her conviction in some part MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: It sounds like your test may not even work. There is a correlation. We've measured it. We just need more data, more test subjects, to narrow it down. DoctorChambers: Covenant is many things. A refuge for the broken people left in the wake of the Institute's rampages. A place of safety and healing. Defensive, decisive rebuttal - she has the science to back up her claims MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: And the SAFE test works? Oh, yes. Autopsies confirm the test is getting more accurate. Pleased MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom There's something in the questions which provokes a response from synths. But the exact trigger is elusive. Sharp analytic mind relating MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom The margin of error is admittedly high, four or five false positives per synth. But one day we hope to get it to one or two false positives. Player Default: But your methods are barbaric. It's torture. Grudging admission, but sharing the dream at the end MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: To improve the SAFE test intense psychological pressure must be applied to our test subjects. It is distasteful but necessary. Covenant is many things. A refuge for the broken people left in the wake of the Institute's rampages. A place of safety and healing. Sharing her own perceived nobility MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom But most importantly it is our one chance to end this age of paranoia. DoctorChambers: I will make you a deal. I pay you handsomely. And you let me dispose of our last remaining synth test subject, Amelia Stockton. Then I can continue my work. But sharing the VISION MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that. Excellent. Very pleased / Friendly MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: That's a deal I won't accept. Then you'll just have to kill me. She's not going to attack her, she's prepared to be executed and will not give the PC the satisfaction of begging in any way / Somber MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Don't kill the girl. Spare her. Impossible. The odds are too great she's an Institute infiltrator. Absolute denial MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Even if she is an unfortunate victim in this war, sparing her can compromise everything. Player Default: Continue your work, then. Barely unsteady, but conviction swallows it MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Are you threatening me, Dan? Over the years, we've recruited like-minded individuals. All of our lives shattered by the Institute. Real compassion here - a stern mother still loves her children MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Covenant is primarily about administering and refining the SAFE test. But some consider the humanitarian side equally as important. But no more compassion - conviction! Dismissive of the "some" MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom If you destroy what's left here, their lives will be upended again. Player Default: Continue your work, then. She's the hero and the player could do untold evil here MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: As would I. Let me pose a question to you. DoctorChambers: What would you do if your family was destroyed by a synth, right in front of you, when you were but a child? About to get to the thick of it MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom NPCFRoslynChambers: So the one investigating Stockton's caravan has arrived. Do you even know that his supposed daughter is in all likelihood a synth? No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence. Player Default: I'd prefer a peaceful solution. Firm MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I'd prefer a peaceful solution. As would I. DoctorChambers: Let me pose a question to you. Seems sincere MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: You really don't want to start a fight with me. Agreed. Killing you would be a costly proposition. DoctorChambers: Let me pose a question to you. Confident her men could do it though MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Stockton's daughter is a synth? Why else do you think we attacked her caravan? She has well over a seventy percent chance of being a synth. No empathy for the people she killed. Complete scientific certainty MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I'd have to perform an autopsy to be sure. DoctorChambers: Let me pose a question to you. Looking forward to it MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: There're no other options? Too much is at stake to allow you to simply leave. DoctorChambers: Let me pose a question to you. A hint of regret MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Let us continue our work and we will pay you the bounty you would be giving up. But we keep Stockton's synth. HonestDan: Like hell I will. I made a deal with Old Man Stockton. And I plan on making good. Firm MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Scene SceneDialogue Custom HonestDan: Like hell I will. I made a deal with Old Man Stockton. And I plan on making good. Does Mr. Dan speak for you, as well? Or are you willing to listen to reason? Player Default: I'll take the deal. Disdain towards Dan / Irritated MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Scene SceneDialogue Custom HonestDan: I wish you hadn't said that. Excellent. You'll find that Covenant has more to offer since we've come to this understanding. Goodbye. Almost friendly MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I'm not interested in your deal. Pity. Since we can't come to an agreement. Men. Irritated, then orders her men to kill the PC / Irritated MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: You have to stop torturing and killing synths and humans. We've come too far to change course, even if we wanted to. Player Default: I'll take the deal. She clearly will never change her mind MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo Player Default: Stockton's synth? Why do you think we attacked her caravan? She has well over a ninety percent chance of being a synth. Sharp, irritated MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo I'd have to perform an autopsy to be sure. So do we have a deal? Player Default: I'll take the deal. Sharp MS17_400b_ChambersPeacefulEnding
Scene SceneDialogue Custom HonestDan: I've had my fill of crazy on this contract. No deal. Fortunate for me, I wasn't talking to you. HonestDan: You side with this nut job and we're going to have a serious, deadly, problem. Snide / Irritated MS17_400_Chambers
Scene SceneDialogue Custom What a distasteful business. DoctorChambers: First, the loose end. Grim MS17_400c_ChambersKillsAmelia
Scene SceneDialogue Custom DoctorChambers: What a distasteful business. First, the loose end. AmeliaStockton: What? What are you doing. Talking about killing someone, clinical MS17_400c_ChambersKillsAmelia
Scene SceneDialogue Custom AmeliaStockton: What? What are you doing. I'm certain the autopsy will confirm my hypothesis. AmeliaStockton: No! To herself, distracted MS17_400c_ChambersKillsAmelia
Scene SceneDialogue Custom AmeliaStockton: No! There. DoctorChambers: As promised. Tired MS17_400c_ChambersKillsAmelia
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo DoctorChambers: There. As promised. DoctorChambers: You'll find Covenant has a lot more to offer since we've come... to this understanding. MS17_400c_ChambersKillsAmelia
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo Why are you here? You don't seem to be with the Institute. Sharp
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous SharedInfo So do we have a deal or not? Sharp
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Greeting So the one investigating Stockton's caravan has arrived. Do you even know that his supposed daughter is in all likelihood a synth? DoctorChambers: No matter. Let me be up front about this. There are two ways this meeting can end. We come to an agreement or there's violence. Considering the player MS17_400a_ChambersPeaceful
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Greeting And here you are. DoctorChambers: You've cut a bloody path through my people. You've no doubt seen our work. But you do not possess all the facts. Irritated / Depressed MS17_400_Chambers
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous WaitingForPlayerInput Are you being silent for a reason? Irritated
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous WaitingForPlayerInput I'm ready to proceed if you are. Irritated
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Confidence on Subject 12 is high. We'll know for certain post mortem. And any progress on Question 3? Player Default: None. The EKG shows nothing unexpected. The answers are too damned predicatable. Probing, accusing MS17cDebriefRoomHolotape
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: None. The EKG shows nothing unexpected. The answers are too damned predicatable. You've made your opinions quite clear on the value of Question 3. Removing it could invalidate all the data we've accumulated to date. Irritated, then explaining herself (again) MS17cDebriefRoomHolotape
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Moving on. Question 4. The data on this is fascinating. Why does baseball have the highest degree of correlation? Even more than question 8. Player Default: Our metholodology was exhaustive. Subject 12's answers in regards to baseball and his childhood were particularly fascinating. See here. And here. Really fascinated about this MS17cDebriefRoomHolotape
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Our metholodology was exhaustive. Subject 12's answers in regards to baseball and his childhood were particularly fascinating. See here. And here. I wonder. Do they play baseball in the Institute? Or is there some sort of defect in their programming? Player Default: We need another failure to explore this further. We can do nothing more with Subject 12 except final processing. Wondering aloud, fascinated MS17cDebriefRoomHolotape
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: We need another failure to explore this further. We can do nothing more with Subject 12 except final processing. I'll let the reclamation team know. Considering MS17cDebriefRoomHolotape
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello And you kill Stockton's synth, anyway? I want nothing to do with someone so... unpredictable. Disapproving
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello You had your chance to speak with me. Go ahead, kill me or leave. Fatalistic, despises PC
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello We were under the mistaken impression you wanted to rescue the Stockton girl. Grudging approval
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello The synth menace must be dealt with. Fervent
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello One day the SAFE test will be perfected. Zealot talking of "The Dream"
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello If my projections are correct, the next version will be 1% more accurate. Clinical, pleased
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello What does Covenant need now? Tired
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello I will not beg for my life. Proud and Grim, expecting to be executed
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Hello Everything I've done has been for the greater good. Unrepentant, zealot