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Tennpenny's Reward[edit source]

I got my reward from tennpenny but it still says I haven't yet in my objectives...




Me too, I was hoping someone knew what to to if this happens. Tenpenny even has more dialog after giving me the reward asking me to go kill Crowley again.--24.33.85.168 22:56, October 21, 2010 (UTC)


I have the exact same problem. Tenpenny gave me the reward for killing Crowley, then he says to kill him again. So I tried to get the armor for myself, then it won't let me open the last door. I have all the keys needed...

Happened to me as well. I killed Crowley, talked to Tenpenny and he says "Crowley is dead eh? Here's your reward" Or something along those lines, then I can say "Do you know a Mister Crowley?" and continue with the dialogue that I had before, or I can still choose the dialogue that makes him hostile...ANy way to finish the quest? I'm on 360 by the way..

Megaton[edit source]

2 questions.

  1. If I blow up Megaton, get the suite at Tenpenny Tower, then kill Tenpenny via this quest, does my suite get revoked and all residents in Tenpenny Tower are now hostile?
  1. If I kill Tenpenny via this quest, then meet Mr Burke at Tenpenny Tower, will the residents become hostile and I won't be able to get my suite?

Thanks, TobiasSmith 13:45, July 27, 2010 (UTC)


Best scenario: Blow up megaton, accept the quest (either order for those), wait until tenpenny is alone on his balcony, shoot tenpenny (headshot), get reward from crowley, ???, profit! You don't lose your suite whatever happens, but if you kill tenpenny within sight of any of the guards/residents, they will be hostile for 72 hours. Pratstercs 21:51, August 9, 2010 (UTC)

Crowley tracking you[edit source]

The main article correctly says that if you open the doors, give Crowley the keys, and then go back and nick the armor before he gets there, he will become hostile and track you. I did that, and he caught up with me a very long time afterwards, while I was sleeping in the Cliffside Caverns raider base. He woke me up after I had slept an hour and said, "There you are! Where's my property?" Unfortunately for him, I'd gone to bed with the Terrible Shotgun and so that was the end of Crowley. But I wonder if you can still negotiate with him at that point to give the armor back? Wunengzi 09:54, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

Exact Time Taken[edit source]

Does anyone know the exact time it takes Crowley to get to fort constantine and back? -bleep196- 00:59, September 5, 2010 (UTC)

It depends how much trouble he runs in to. With broken steel he'll most probably meet a Super Mutant Overlord by the citidal. He always meets a Deathcalw for me so he never gets there. He will likely die about 80% of the time.
That's a good question but I think it varies.
JaspertheViking :D?

missing helmet[edit source]

I gave crowley all the keys, allowed him to leave and didn't follow him. A few days later I decided to check if he had made it. He didn't appear in underworld so I when to check if he had take the armor. The doors where locked so after flying though some doors with the tcl command I found the armor still there...minus the helmet. The stasis field has still up and the fat man weapon was still on the table untouched.

any ideas?