Smoothskin

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Smoothskin (also smoothie) is a derogatory term that ghouls use to describe someone who is human, referring to the less ravaged outward appearance of humans compared to their own.

Examples of use[edit | edit source]

In Fallout 3, the Lone Wanderer may ask Winthrop about the name upon entrance in Underworld, to which Winthrop will reply because the Lone Wanderer's skin is so smooth and "tasty". Winthrop will then laugh and say he was kidding, but "had you going, didn't I?"[1][2] The Chosen One and Harold had a similar conversation in Fallout 2.

In Fallout: New Vegas, during the quest Come Fly With Me, a human called Chris Haversam refers to the Courier as smoothskin, even though he is a human himself. This is because he believes he is a ghoul. When fighting the ghouls at the REPCONN test site, Raul Tejada will refer to the Courier as a smoothskin when yells at the feral ghouls to "eat the smoothskin" instead of him.[3]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

The term "Smoothskin" appears in Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4 and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.

See also[edit | edit source]

References

  1. The Lone Wanderer: "Smoothskin? What does that mean?"
    Winthrop: "Smoothskin? You know, because your skin is so smooth... and tasty... Relax! I'm just kidding! But I had you going, didn't I?"
    (Winthrop's dialogue)
  2. Tulip: "Can I help you, smoothskin?"
    (Tulip's dialogue)
  3. Raul Tejada: "Hey, I'm one of you! Don't eat me, eat the smoothskin! Oh, uh, sorry boss."
    (Raul Tejada's dialogue) Note: RaulREPCON
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