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Talk:Samuel (Fallout 3)

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Is Samuel friendly?

Nope. 22:58, 11 July 2009 (UTC)

As with all feral ghouls, put on the ghoul mask, and he's friendly.--Дикий Человек Вампира 05:56, 24 July 2009 (UTC)


I did the glitch where you jump over a fence in the mama Dolces middle area... i walked for a long time but theres no end to the map it just keeps going i went even until I couldn't move the cursor on the map to my position. The game started freezing more frequently though after i fast traveled outta there i probobly should have saved. any way thats the answer to youre falling through the ground.

I removed this because it has nothing to do with the article. If this info isn't important, then please delete this post and the infoLW556DCJ 05:45, 20 August 2009 (UTC)


Does anyone know what Samuel here has in his inventory? I killed him long ago, and I've forgotten. 5chiz0 16:42, February 22, 2010 (UTC)

Cause of death

Quote from article: "It can be assumed that Samuel and his group were the killers of Isabella and her husband, Jason." Why can it be assumed that Samuel or other ghouls killed the scientists? Quite the contrary, the resin that Isabella used attracted the ghouls and made them friendly. But also this resin was radioactive and thus unhealthy to humans, and she described how she smeared the goo all over her and Jason's suit. That suit may increase rad resistance, but it doesn't avoid contamination completely. And she also wrote that the geiger counter was disabled deliberately (so the sound wouldn't scare away the ghouls). So the most logical assumption would be that they died of high radiation levels, not realizing they came close to a lethal dose and so forgot to apply a rad-away in time. This thesis is corroborated by the fact that there was no blood or dismemberment found on the bodies, no external wounds could be diagnosed, which would be expected from a ghoul attack. Therefore I dare to remove the quoted line. -- 13:33, March 8, 2010 (UTC)

Good. T'was only speculation, and it doesn't belong in the articles. Nitty Tok. 13:36, March 8, 2010 (UTC)