|For the doctor mentioned in Fallout 2, see Solomon (Fallout 2).|
Background[edit | edit source]
Solomon is a chem dealer who runs his shop, Chem-I-Care, from within the Diamond City Market. Practically everyone in the stadium buys chems from him, from security guards needing a hit of Psycho, or an engineer needing a box of Mentats, and radiation medicine is universally sought after.
Accordingly, he has employed at least a few people to find mutated fern for him which are fantastic for synthesizing radiation medicine. While he doesn't explicitly mention sending anyone else, he has sent at least one other person to the Forest Grove Marsh, but they did not return with ferns in hand.
Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
Interactions overview[edit | edit source]
|This character is a merchant.||Caps: 350|
|This character starts quests.|
Quests[edit | edit source]
- Botany Class: Solomon asks the Sole Survivor to acquire some mutated ferns. For about five, the player will receive 50 caps (100 with persuasion), Buffout, Jet, and Psycho.
Other interactions[edit | edit source]
Inventory[edit | edit source]
|Undershirt & jeans|
|Pipe bolt-action pistol|
|Solomon's house key|
Drops on death
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Solomon appears only in Fallout 4.
- The Sole Survivor: "Did you say something about drugs?"
Solomon: "That's right. All the chems you need to fill out your lifestyle. Balance you out. Everyone here buys from me. Sometimes security needs a little Psycho, or an engineer needs some Mentats. And heck, Rad-X is plain universal."
- The Sole Survivor: "Looking for a job, if you got one."
Solomon: "Yeah, I got something. Looking for a Mutated Fern if you find any. I hear some grows out near Forest Grove Marsh. Natural radiation sucker. Be great for cooking RadX or RadAway."
The Sole Survivor: "What did you need again?"
Solomon: "Mutated Fern. Hear it's dynamite for making radiation meds. You interested?"
- Sheila's holotape
- The Sole Survivor: "Can I put this on my charge card?"
Solomon: "Hey, I know money's kind of an imaginary thing anyway, but that card is like... way more imaginary than I'm comfortable with."