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Supervisor White's dialogue

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Supervisor White's dialogue
Game Information
NPCSupervisor White
Technical
Data FileFallout4.esm
Editor IDSupervisorWhite
 
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Full dialogue table

CATEGORY TYPE SUBTYPE PROMPT DIALOGUE BEFORE RESPONSE TEXT DIALOGUE AFTER SCRIPT NOTES SCENE
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: That's pretty ingenious. I bet you can work around the clock. Of course, darling. Our unique hierarchy allows for constant operation. SupervisorWhite: You see, there are two kinds of robots here. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Robots can do simple tasks, sure, but you need a human being to make the big decisions. Ah, but that's where Graygarden is unique, darling. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom We're not just simple robots. We have a unique social structure - a hierachy, if you will. SupervisorWhite: You see, there are two kinds of robots here. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: This place seems familiar. I think I saw a bit about it on the news, back before the war. Yes, construction was completed mere days before the war. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom We were able to survive and continue our operations only because our creator made us fully self-sufficient. SupervisorWhite: You see, there are two kinds of robots here. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: There's not even one person here? That's right, darling. We are entirely self-sufficient, with no need for human guidance. SupervisorWhite: You see, there are two kinds of robots here. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom SupervisorWhite: Of course, darling. Our unique hierarchy allows for constant operation. You see, there are two kinds of robots here. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom The worker drones carry out labor and maintenance. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom We supervisors - that is, myself, Greene and Brown - possess sophisticated cognition processors. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom We are capable of complex analysis and decision-making, a testament to the genius of our creator, Doctor Edward Gray. Player Default: Obviously, the man was brilliant to come up with something like this. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Obviously, the man was brilliant to come up with something like this. I could hardly have said it better myself, darling. SupervisorWhite: Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Only a madman would think that artificial intelligence could replace human intuition and experience. You misunderstand him, darling. He wanted only to know what a machine was truly capable of. SupervisorWhite: Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I remember him. He was one of RobCo's senior engineers, but more than a little eccentric. That's the second time you've said that you remember something before the war. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom I think you're a little confused darling. You simply can't have been alive back then. SupervisorWhite: Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I remember him. He was one of RobCo's senior engineers, but more than a little eccentric. You seem a bit confused, darling. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom You're far too young to remember anything that happened before the war. Player Default: I was in a vault. They put me in cryogenic freeze. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: What became of Doctor Gray? Like so many others, he died in the war. It was a terrible loss. SupervisorWhite: Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. Sad DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I could hardly have said it better myself, darling. Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Perhaps you've noticed that I possess a rather singular personality, as do the other supervisors. Companion: That's puttin' it mildly. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Well, it's definitely unique. Sort of hard to miss. I'll take that as a compliment, darling. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom After all, the last thing any woman wants to be is ordinary. SupervisorWhite: A few other things you should know... talk to Greene if you need supplies. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: A tin can that talks like a femme fatale is still a tin can. Some men know how to talk to a woman. The rest are more like you. SupervisorWhite: A few other things you should know... talk to Greene if you need supplies. Disdain DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Why did Doctor Gray give you these unusual personalities? Genius is restless, darling. It abhors stagnation. Doctor Gray was tired of the standard Mister Handy personality. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom He looked to his favorite television characters for inspiration, and we are the result. SupervisorWhite: A few other things you should know... talk to Greene if you need supplies. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: I was in a vault. They put me in cryogenic freeze. Remarkable! I must say, darling, you seem very well-preserved. SupervisorWhite: Now, where was I... DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Just forget I said it. Of course, darling. I can see it's a sensitive subject for you. SupervisorWhite: Now, where was I... DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: It's a long story. Of course, darling. A lady knows when not to pry. SupervisorWhite: Now, where was I... DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: You haven't met anyone else who was around back then? I'm sorry to disappoint you, darling, but no. DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom In my experience, you are unique. SupervisorWhite: Now, where was I... DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: Remarkable! I must say, darling, you seem very well-preserved. Now, where was I... DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Ah yes, Edward Gray. SupervisorWhite: Robotics and artificial intelligence were our creator's great passions, rivaled only by his love of television. DialogueGraygardenBranchRememberPast
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Player Default: After all, the last thing any woman wants to be is ordinary. A few other things you should know... talk to Greene if you need supplies. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom If it's caps you need, Brown might have a few odd jobs. SupervisorWhite: Farewell for now, dahling. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom SupervisorWhite: Farewell for now, dahling. Ah, there's one other thing. A question, really. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Scene SceneDialogue Custom SupervisorWhite: If it's caps you need, Brown might have a few odd jobs. Farewell for now, dahling. SupervisorWhite: Ah, there's one other thing. A question, really. DialogueGraygardenIntro
Detection Detection NormalToCombat You've gone too far, dahling! (See notes for Supervisor White) Shouting, starting a fight.
Detection Detection NormalToCombat I can't allow that! (See notes for Supervisor White) Shouting, starting a fight.
Detection Detection NormalToCombat How dare you! (See notes for Supervisor White) Shouting, starting a fight.
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Brown: Well, it just seems to be a tad slow of late, as if it's not running on a full charge. It's probably just a defect in the power unit. I'll have a look at it later. Brown: Jolly good. Just let me know if we need a new power unit and I'll see if can't make a trade for one. DialogueGraygardenBrownWhiteScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom The mutfruit's looking ripe, darling. You should gather some up for Brown to sell. Greene: Whoa, there! Just hold your horses, little lady. DialogueGraygardenWhiteGreeneScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Greene: It's going to be a few more weeks before this fruit produces that sweet, delicious taste your kids will love. Well I simply can't agree, darling. Call it a woman's intuition if you like, but this crop is ready now. Greene: Oh, I'm so sorry but that is the wrong answer. DialogueGraygardenWhiteGreeneScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Greene: Better luck next time, but hey, thanks for playing! Have it your way, but don't say I didn't warn you, darling. DialogueGraygardenWhiteGreeneScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Greene: Supervisor White, you're the next contestant! What do you want, darling? And please make it quick, I haven't got all day. Greene: Bad news, I'm afraid. A demure femme fatale DialogueGraygardenGreeneWhiteScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Greene: Our latest mutfruit crop is coming in smaller than usual, and some of the fruit isn't ripening quickly enough. Again? It's got to be the water. It's been getting more toxic by the day, and now it's affecting the plants. Greene: Well, if something isn't done soon, it'll be game over for the entire crop. Frustrated DialogueGraygardenGreeneWhiteScene
Scene SceneDialogue Custom Greene: Without fruit to sell to the traders, we won't have caps to buy the spare parts we need to keep running. Then let's hope we can find someone willing to help us, darling. DialogueGraygardenGreeneWhiteScene