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Artisan's Corner Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

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Welcome to Artisan's Corner, your home for creative, hands-on learning. This month's activity theme is: THE WILDERNESS SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE.

About Artisan's Corner[edit | edit source]

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ABOUT ARTISAN'S CORNER

Artisan's Corner is The Whitespring's newest and most innovative retail experience, where guests can choose from a wide array of inspiring educational and recreational opportunities.

Each month, current and upcoming guests of The Whitespring can propose and vote on a theme. Artisan's Corner will spotlight the chosen theme, offering exciting, hands-on classes, expert guided instruction, free workspace, and all the supplies and materials required to make your experience a success.

Whether ceramics or cuisine, portraiture or prestidigitation, Artisan's Corner is the place where creators thrive.

Class Schedule[edit | edit source]

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ARTISAN'S CORNER
WILDERNESS SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE
CLASS SCHEDULE: 12/15/78-1/15/79

Venison Charcuterie - From hunt to haute.
Caliber with Class - Gilding your ammunition.
Taxidermy 101 - Your pet's forever home.
En Garde - Bring a fencing foil to a knife fight.
How To Boil Water - You're doing it wrong.
Daytripper or Nightcap - Running a backwoods still.
Packing Heat - Big game hunting with flamethrowers.

All classes offered daily; see Friedrich for details.
Activity Fee, Resort Fee, Historic Preservation Fee, Materials Fee, and Tax apply.

Propose a Theme[edit | edit source]

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PROPOSE A THEME

Validating guest status... failed.

We're sorry, only guests with current or upcoming reservations at The Whitespring are elligible to propose or vote on themes for Artisan's Corner.

Day guests are welcome to enjoy the current activity during their visit.

Vote on a Theme[edit | edit source]

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VOTE ON A THEME

Validating guest status... failed.

We're sorry, only guests with current or upcoming reservations at The Whitespring are elligible to propose or vote on themes for Artisan's Corner.

Day guests are welcome to enjoy the current activity during their visit.

View Voting Results[edit | edit source]

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VIEW VOTING RESULTS
DECEMBER 2078

Four topics were randomly selected from among those proposed by current and former guests of The Whitespring. The results were:

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS (0) - Learn to grow, cut, and assemble elegant arrangements with the help of The Whitespring's legendary gardeners and florists.

FIGURE SCULPTING (0) - Draw on The Whitespring's renowned collection of statuary as model and inspiration for your own masterpiece. Sculpt with clay, marble, or Appalachian Limestone, quarried right on the property!

WILDERNESS SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE (72) - Master the rugged, do-it-yourself skills prized throughout Appalachia. From ammo to armor, cooking to carbines, learn how to survive against any odds.

PAPIER-MACHE (1) - Not just for kids! Papier-Mache can create fascinating functional and decorative works of art.

Assistant Duty Manager's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

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| Welcome to the Whitespring |
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| USER: -NONE- |
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| TODAY'S MANAGEMENT TEAM |
| PRESIDENT & CEO: Wilbur Ainsley III |
| GENERAL MANAGER: James Wilcox, Sr.] |
| ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER: Joyce Easton |
| DEPUTY ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER: Stratford |
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Candy Shoppe Office Terminal[edit | edit source]

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| Welcome to the Whitespring |
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| USER: CLERK Joyce Easton |
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The Whitespring 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING 2080 INITIATIVE
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Press Release: The 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE WHITESPRING ANNOUNCES FIVE-YEAR RENOVATION PLAN

May 27, 2075: The Whitespring is pleased to announce The Whitespring 2080 Initiative, a major five-year renovation to the historic mountain resort.

"The Whitespring is famous for its world-class hospitality, amenities, and spectacular natural beauty." said James Wilcox, General Manager. "The Whitespring 2080 Initiative is an ambitious, forward-looking plan to revitalize the resort and secure its place among the world's premier vacation destinations for generations to come."

The Whitespring 2080 Initiative includes:
* THE HOMESTEADS: Luxury real estate with all the amenities of one of the world's greatest resorts.
* THE SPRINGHILL: The Whitespring's celebrated golf course, redesigned for a new era of sport.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE: Hospitality perfected with the very latest in service and security robotics.
* BUSINESS CLASS: Elevated service for corporate clients, including conference facilities, event planning, and corporate promotional opportunities.
* MODERN HERITAGE: Completely refurbished guest rooms, suites, and cottages that meet the needs of the modern traveller.

Built in 1858, The Whitespring Resort offers a wide array of elegant shops, fine dining, and exciting sporting opportunities for distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen.

Staff Bulletin, July 2077[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who attended last Saturday's Listening Session. As most of you are aware, The Whitespring has not been profitable in over a decade. The board still believes the Initiative represents our best path forward, and has decided to move forward with the current plan.

For the second half of this year:
* THE HOMESTEADS continue to be advertised in regional and national media.
* Remodeling of THE SPRINGHILL continues under the direction of Lead Architect Ryan Ainsley. The course will open for an exhibition tournament this fall.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE robots have replaced the remaining security and groundskeeping staff. Over the next few months, robots will be phased in to replace personnel throughout the hotel. All staff are to assist in training their replacements. Report any further customer service incidents to your supervisor.
* Several BUSINESS CLASS promotions are currently in the planning stages. More details to follow.
* MODERN HERITAGE renovations remain scheduled for January, 2079. No reservations will be accepted during the renovation process.

Staff Bulletin, October 2077[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

Several updates this month.
* THE SPRINGHILL golf tournament has been canceled.
* The Nuka-Cola Corporation will sponsor our first BUSINESS CLASS promotion. To celebrate the release of Nuka-Cola Quantum, Nuka-Cola bottle cap will be accepted as legal tender throughout the hotel.
* The IRONCLAD SERVICE transition concludes this month. With limited exceptions, all non-management personnel should have received their termination notices. An Employee Farewell dinner will be held in Governor's Hall on 10/15 at 7:30pm. On behalf of the management team, I would like to thank you for your years of dedicated service to The Whitespring.

Staff Bulletin, December 2078[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: SYSTEM
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

This is an automated reminder that MODERN HERITAGE renovations are scheduled to begin on [1/1/79].

To expedite construction, all rooms, suites, and cottages will be closed during the renovation process.

User Logs[edit | edit source]

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USER LOGS
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7/12/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 7/12/77

We all knew. That's what's hard.

We all knew what 'Ironclad Service' was. They're gonna replace us, just like all the other big corps. Bring in the robots, ship out the little people.

What are we supposed to do? Join a union? We all saw what happened in the mines. And no one wants to picket. We love this place. Last thing we want to do is hurt business even more.

The girls and I are heading down to a concert in Lewisburg. Could be our last one together. Tomorrow, we'll all have to start looking for new jobs.

10/14/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/14/77

Three months, and not one interview. I knew things were bad, but damn.

Amy had an uncle up at Monongah, got her a job in the plant. Carrie's moving back in with her folks. The rest of us are still scrambling. There's nothing left for folks like us.

I know there's no future here. That's why we made sure the girls got an education, got into college. But tuition's due. With Dave and I both out of work, there's not much we can do. We could take out another mortgage. Might get us through Christmas, at least.

10/15/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/15/77

I've never been so happy to see the store covered in dark chocolate.

Nibs had some kind of malfunction overnight. He was icing the shelves when Sharon came in. Lew's working on him, but he said it's going to take a while to fix whatever it is. Until then, they need someone to run the shop, so I'm getting a two-week extension. It's not much, but I'll take it.

I'm still going to the Farewell Dinner tonight. Probably be the last time I see everyone.

10/18/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/18/77

It's so quiet.

Everyone's gone. Outside of management, it's just me, Paula, Eric, Lew, and the girls at the spa. And Robert, of course. He's not even getting paid now, but he still shows up. He's been the doorman here for longer than anyone can remember. Sixty years now? Seventy? It's all he knows. Even Wilcox didn't have the heart to send him away.

We all felt like that. This place was a home. It's just not the same without them. It's just empty.

10/23/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/23/77

God. God, what do we do?

I was working the counter when the news came in. We all crowded around the radio in the salon. War. Nukes. New York. Boston. Then, static.

Lot of people just ran. Can't blame them. If Dave were here, I'd be trying to get home, too. But he's visiting the girls; it was homecoming weekend. At least they're together. I might never see them again.

Right now, we have to tend to the guests. I can't find Wilcox. No one seems to know who's in charge. I've called a staff meeting for this afternoon. We'll figure something out.

10/23/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/23/77

It's just Robert, Lew, Paula, and me. Four staff. Ninety-two guests. And five hundred robots.

No one from management is left. The robots were never meant to handle this. Someone has to step up and take charge. They picked me.

I don't know anything about leading people. I've never managed anything more than a candy counter.

12/25/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/25/77 [sic]

I moved up to the main office, but I still slip back here now and then, when I need a little space to myself.

It's Christmas. I wonder how Dave's doing, if he and the girls are all right. Not a day goes by that I don't think of them. I hope they're somewhere safe.

For now, I have to focus on the people I can help. The Whitespring is my home, my family, more than ever before. And I'm going to do right by them.

Duty Manager's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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| Welcome to The Whitespring |
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| USER: DUTY MANAGER HM-22 STRATFORD |
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| TODAY'S MANAGEMENT TEAM: |
| PRESIDENT & CEO: Wilbur Ainsley III |
| GENERAL MANAGER: James Wilcox, Sr. |
| ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER: Joyce Easton |
| DEPUTY ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER: Stratford |
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About Stratford[edit | edit source]

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ABOUT STRATFORD

Management Model HM-22 'Stratford' is programmed to handle all aspects of day-to-day resort operations, including guest relations, records administration, security coordination, and staff supervision. Stratford is fully authorized to make any and all necessary decisions regarding the personnel, property, and guests of The Whitespring.

Guests with concerns, or wishing to speak to a human associate, are encouraged to contact the corporate office between 1-3pm on Thursdays.

General Manager's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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GENERAL MANAGER James Wilcox[edit | edit source]

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The Whitespring 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING 2080 INITIATIVE
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Press Release: The 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE WHITESPRING ANNOUNCES FIVE-YEAR RENOVATION PLAN

May 27, 2075: The Whitespring is pleased to announce The Whitespring 2080 Initiative, a major five-year renovation to the historic mountain resort.

"The Whitespring is famous for its world-class hospitality, amenities, and spectacular natural beauty." said James Wilcox, General Manager. "The Whitespring 2080 Initiative is an ambitious, forward-looking plan to revitalize the resort and secure its place among the world's premier vacation destinations for generations to come."

The Whitespring 2080 Initiative includes:
* THE HOMESTEADS: Luxury real estate with all the amenities of one of the world's greatest resorts.
* THE SPRINGHILL: The Whitespring's celebrated golf course, redesigned for a new era of sport.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE: Hospitality perfected with the very latest in service and security robotics.
* BUSINESS CLASS: Elevated service for corporate clients, including conference facilities, event planning, and corporate promotional opportunities.
* MODERN HERITAGE: Completely refurbished guest rooms, suites, and cottages that meet the needs of the modern traveller.

Built in 1858, The Whitespring Resort offers a wide array of elegant shops, fine dining, and exciting sporting opportunities for distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen.

Staff Bulletin, July 2077[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who attended last Saturday's Listening Session. As most of you are aware, The Whitespring has not been profitable in over a decade. The board still believes the Initiative represents our best path forward, and has decided to move forward with the current plan.

For the second half of this year:
* THE HOMESTEADS continue to be advertised in regional and national media.
* Remodeling of THE SPRINGHILL continues under the direction of Lead Architect Ryan Ainsley. The course will open for an exhibition tournament this fall.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE robots have replaced the remaining security and groundskeeping staff. Over the next few months, robots will be phased in to replace personnel throughout the hotel. All staff are to assist in training their replacements. Report any further customer service incidents to your supervisor.
* Several BUSINESS CLASS promotions are currently in the planning stages. More details to follow.
* MODERN HERITAGE renovations remain scheduled for January, 2079. No reservations will be accepted during the renovation process.

Staff Bulletin, October 2077[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

Several updates this month.
* THE SPRINGHILL golf tournament has been canceled.
* The Nuka-Cola Corporation will sponsor our first BUSINESS CLASS promotion. To celebrate the release of Nuka-Cola Quantum, Nuka-Cola bottle caps will be accepted as legal tender throughout the hotel.
* The IRONCLAD SERVICE transition concludes this month. With limited exceptions, all non-management personnel should have received their termination notices. An Employee Farewell dinner will be held in Governor's Hall on 10/15 at 7:30pm. On behalf of the management team, I would like to thank you for your years of dedicated service to The Whitespring.

Staff Bulletin, December 2078[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: SYSTEM
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

This is an automated reminder that MODERN HERITAGE renovations are scheduled to begin on [1/1/79].

To expedite construction, all rooms, suites, and cottages will be closed during the renovation process.

The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING CORPORATE INTRAMAIL
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7/12/77: RE: Listening Session[edit | edit source]
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The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 7/12/77
From: Ainsley, W.
To: Wilcox, J.
Subj: RE: Listening Session

What did you expect? Ironclad was never going to go over well. You should have done this piecemeal, one department at a time. Frog in a pot and all that.

Now? It's a PR nightmare. Did you see this morning's Herald? You made the front page. Another big corporation turns to robots, tosses its employees to the curb. We'll be lucky if there isn't a picket line outside the front gate tomorrow morning. At least we've got a Sentry Bot there now.

7/20/77: Homesteads[edit | edit source]
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The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 7/20/77
From: Courtnoy, C.
To: Whitespring_Board; Wilcox, J.
Subj. Homesteads

Disappointed to see the Homesteads report for Q2. Out of a hundred lots, we've sold five? And not one housing start yet?

Homesteads is the financial linchpin of the Initiative. We didn't sell half the hotel's land for nothing. We need that revenue to prop up the capital improvement loans for Springhill, Ironclad, and Heritage, and just to keep our investors on board. If they catch wind of this, it's all going to come crashing down.

8/14/77: RE: Business Class Sales[edit | edit source]
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The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 8/14/77
From: Hull, C.
To: Wilcox, J.
Subj: RE: Business Class Sales

No dice. General Atomics and RobCo both backed out when they learned we weren't going single-source for Ironclad. We had to can the Starlight Holiday Movie Spectacular when they demanded we comp that whole list of celebrities. Even Hubris canceled on us.

Nuka-Cola's still locked in for October. You sure you want to go through with that? I know you need a win to show the board, but this is nuts. Bottlecaps? Seriously? There's no way their marketing budget is going to cover our costs. What good's a corporate sponsorship if it bleeds us dry?

9/28/77: RE: Ryan[edit | edit source]
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The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 9/28/77
From: Ainsley, W.
To: Wilcox, J.
Subj: RE: Ryan

Of course he's over budget. Of course he's behind schedule. I own two dozen golf courses, James, and I've never seen a redesign that wasn't.

This is Ryan's first project. It may take him an extra month or two, but he's a smart young man. He'll get it done. Those nine years of college weren't for nothing.

Until then, back off. I have to put up with this bickering from both ends. It's a hell of a lot easier for me to fire you than my son.

10/15/77: RE: Ironclad Status[edit | edit source]
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The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail - 10/15/77
From: Palmest, L.
To: Wilcox, J.
Subj: RE: Ironclad Status

Hey boss. Yeah, still working through the backlog.

The Spa robots need the most work. Didn't anyone check their specs? Assaultrons don't have fine-pressure sensors. They can't do massage. It's no wonder we've had so many spinal injuries.

The bellmen have lost two dozen suitcases this week. Antoine set his kitchenette on fire again. And Nibs flooded the candy shop with dark chocolate. Could you get Joyce an extension until I get him sorted out?

User Logs[edit | edit source]

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USER LOGS
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ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER Joyce Easton[edit | edit source]

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| Welcome to The Whitespring |
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| USER: ACTING ASSISTANT MANAGER Joyce Easton |
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The Whitespring 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING 2080 INITIATIVE
Please select a memorandum to view:

Press Release: The 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE WHITESPRING ANNOUNCES FIVE-YEAR RENOVATION PLAN

May 27, 2075: The Whitespring is pleased to announce The Whitespring 2080 Initiative, a major five-year renovation to the historic mountain resort.

"The Whitespring is famous for its world-class hospitality, amenities, and spectacular natural beauty." said James Wilcox, General Manager. "The Whitespring 2080 Initiative is an ambitious, forward-looking plan to revitalize the resort and secure its place among the world's premier vacation destinations for generations to come."

The Whitespring 2080 Initiative includes:
* THE HOMESTEADS: Luxury real estate with all the amenities of one of the world's greatest resorts.
* THE SPRINGHILL: The Whitespring's celebrated golf course, redesigned for a new era of sport.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE: Hospitality perfected with the very latest in service and security robotics.
* BUSINESS CLASS: Elevated service for corporate clients, including conference facilities, event planning, and corporate promotional opportunities.
* MODERN HERITAGE: Completely refurbished guest rooms, suites, and cottages that meet the needs of the modern traveller.

Built in 1858, The Whitespring Resort offers a wide array of elegant shops, fine dining, and exciting sporting opportunities for distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen.

Staff Bulletin, July 2077[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who attended last Saturday's Listening Session. As most of you are aware, The Whitespring has not been profitable in over a decade. The board still believes the Initiative represents our best path forward, and has decided to move forward with the current plan.

For the second half of this year:
* THE HOMESTEADS continue to be advertised in regional and national media.
* Remodeling of THE SPRINGHILL continues under the direction of Lead Architect Ryan Ainsley. The course will open for an exhibition tournament this fall.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE robots have replaced the remaining security and groundskeeping staff. Over the next few months, robots will be phased in to replace personnel throughout the hotel. All staff are to assist in training their replacements. Report any further customer service incidents to your supervisor.
* Several BUSINESS CLASS promotions are currently in the planning stages. More details to follow.
* MODERN HERITAGE renovations remain scheduled for January, 2079. No reservations will be accepted during the renovation process.

Staff Bulletin, October 2077[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

Several updates this month.
* THE SPRINGHILL golf tournament has been canceled.
* The Nuka-Cola Corporation will sponsor our first BUSINESS CLASS promotion. To celebrate the release of Nuka-Cola Quantum, Nuka-Cola bottle caps will be accepted as legal tender throughout the hotel.
* The IRONCLAD SERVICE transition concludes this month. With limited exceptions, all non-management personnel should have received their termination notices. An Employee Farewell dinner will be held in Governor's Hall on 10/15 at 7:30pm. On behalf of the management team, I would like to thank you for your years of dedicated service to The Whitespring.

Staff Bulletin, December 2078[edit | edit source]
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TO: All Staff
FROM: SYSTEM
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

This is an automated reminder that MODERN HERITAGE renovations are scheduled to begin on [1/1/79].

To expedite construction, all rooms, suites, and cottages will be closed during the renovation process.

The Whitespring Corporate IntraMail[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING CORPORATE INTRAMAIL
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User Logs[edit | edit source]

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USER LOGS
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10/24/77[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 10/24/77

Lew reprogrammed the robots to recognize me as 'Acting Assistant Manager'. Said it wasn't hard; I'm the most senior employee left on the payroll. That makes it official. As official as it's going to get.

I've asked Robert to seal the hotel, make sure no one else gets in or out until the radiation settles. Paula's taking inventory. Lew's going to retool the robots, make sure they're prepped for a fight.

I've moved up to the front office. It still feels strange being in here, but the guests need to see that someone's in charge. I'll do my best. This is The Whitespring. We have standards to maintain.

10/25/77[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 10/25/77

I spoke to the guests at dinner last night. It's gone surprisingly well. Those who wanted out got out, soon as the news came. Most everyone else is just glad to be safe. There are worse places to be trapped than one of the world's best resorts.

There've been a few incidents. We had to confine Mr. Tommelson to his room after he started waving his gun around and yelling about Communists. I think some of the execs from the conference group were planning something, up until they saw the robots took my orders. After that, they've been quite the gentlemen.

12/10/77[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 12/14/77 [sic]

When the world goes to hell, you don't expect much good news. Well, today we got some: Paula's inventory. We're set. With so few people left on the property, we've got food enough to last years, maybe a decade. Other supplies, too: clothes, meds, spare parts, generators. Guns and ammo, if we need them. Probably better off than those Vaults.

Can't be too careful, though. That Nuka-Cola promotion is still going on, so I've arranged for the robots to bring me the caps they collect, and I'll dole them out to the guests so they can buy what they need. Makes for a nice little rationing system.

7/21/78[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 7/21/78

Even Ms. Roth's never seen a winter like this. The last of the snow finally melted last week. Radiation levels are down, so we've started sending groups out to check the grounds, see what we can salvage from the cottages.

It's eerie. Outside the gate, things look pretty rough: abandoned cars, dead grass, not a person to be seen. Paula said she saw a deer with two heads. Inside, the Mr Gardeners already have the grounds cleared and the flowers planted. Like nothing even happened.

8/30/78[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 8/30/78

We're starting to see people on the roads now. Mr. Wellsby volunteered to go talk with a couple of them. Between the bombs, the radiation, the winter, it sounds like a lot of people are dead. God only knows what the big cities are like.

I told Lew to keep the grounds locked down: no one in or out, except with my permission.

It's hard, real hard. I've lived here my whole life. Appalachia's a place where you help folks, you know? We've all run on hard times. And we could help. We could help a lot. But once you start taking people in, where do you stop? At some point, there won't be enough to go around.

12/1/78[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 12/1/78

We got the announcement this morning. Modern Heritage, that damn remodel, is still on.

Lew jumped on it right away, called in everyone who knew about programming or robotics. They're still looking, but they haven't found a way to stop it yet.

I guess we can sleep out in the lobby for a couple of weeks, if we have to.

12/9/78[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 12/12/78 [sic]

Damn Wilcox. Damn the board. Damn that Initiative.

Lew's exhausted. He's still trying, but he's at the end of his rope. It's all hardcoded somehow. He can't stop it.

Come January 1st, the hotel shuts down for the remodel. We all get locked out of our rooms. The robots get a system update, see how long we've overstayed our reservations, and kick us 'vagrants' out, permanently. Then they remodel the rooms, wait for the state building inspector. He's gonna be a while.

12/31/78[edit | edit source]
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USER LOG - 12/31/78

We should stick together. But we've been arguing for weeks. No one can agree on where to go or what to do.

Lew and some of the guys are going to try to take out the robots at the golf club, see if they can hole up there. But most of us aren't up for a fight. Another group wants to head up to Pleasant Valley, or on to Sunnytop, see if the other resorts will take them in. Paula and I are leading the caravan to Charleston. Robert won't leave his post, no matter what.

We've done everything can to get ready. Artisan's Corner is running 'Wilderness Survival Experience' classes. The sportsmen have been teaching shooting out on the putting green. And I've made sure they'll have all the food and supplies they can carry. No sense rationing now.

The New Year's Gala is tonight. One last night. One last night before we join the world in this madness.

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| USER: ROBOTICS TECHNICIAN Lew Palmest |
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The Whitespring 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING 2080 INITIATIVE
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Press Release: The 2080 Initiative[edit | edit source]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE WHITESPRING ANNOUNCES FIVE-YEAR RENOVATION PLAN

May 27, 2075: The Whitespring is pleased to announce The Whitespring 2080 Initiative, a major five-year renovation to the historic mountain resort.

"The Whitespring is famous for its world-class hospitality, amenities, and spectacular natural beauty." said James Wilcox, General Manager. "The Whitespring 2080 Initiative is an ambitious, forward-looking plan to revitalize the resort and secure its place among the world's premier vacation destinations for generations to come."

The Whitespring 2080 Initiative includes:
* THE HOMESTEADS: Luxury real estate with all the amenities of one of the world's greatest resorts.
* THE SPRINGHILL: The Whitespring's celebrated golf course, redesigned for a new era of sport.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE: Hospitality perfected with the very latest in service and security robotics.
* BUSINESS CLASS: Elevated service for corporate clients, including conference facilities, event planning, and corporate promotional opportunities.
* MODERN HERITAGE: Completely refurbished guest rooms, suites, and cottages that meet the needs of the modern traveller.

Built in 1858, The Whitespring Resort offers a wide array of elegant shops, fine dining, and exciting sporting opportunities for distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen.

Staff Bulletin, July 2077[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who attended last Saturday's Listening Session. As most of you are aware, The Whitespring has not been profitable in over a decade. The board still believes the Initiative represents our best path forward, and has decided to move forward with the current plan.

For the second half of this year:
* THE HOMESTEADS continue to be advertised in regional and national media.
* Remodeling of THE SPRINGHILL continues under the direction of Lead Architect Ryan Ainsley. The course will open for an exhibition tournament this fall.
* IRONCLAD SERVICE robots have replaced the remaining security and groundskeeping staff. Over the next few months, robots will be phased in to replace personnel throughout the hotel. All staff are to assist in training their replacements. Report any further customer service incidents to your supervisor.
* Several BUSINESS CLASS promotions are currently in the planning stages. More details to follow.
* MODERN HERITAGE renovations remain scheduled for January, 2079. No reservations will be accepted during the renovation process.

Staff Bulletin, October 2077[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: J. Wilcox, General Manager
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

Several updates this month.
* THE SPRINGHILL golf tournament has been canceled.
* The Nuka-Cola Corporation will sponsor our first BUSINESS CLASS promotion. To celebrate the release of Nuka-Cola Quantum, Nuka-Cola bottle caps will be accepted as legal tender throughout the hotel.
* The IRONCLAD SERVICE transition concludes this month. With limited exceptions, all non-management personnel should have received their termination notices. An Employee Farewell dinner will be held in Governor's Hall on 10/15 at 7:30pm. On behalf of the management team, I would like to thank you for your years of dedicated service to The Whitespring.

Staff Bulletin, December 2078[edit | edit source]

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TO: All Staff
FROM: SYSTEM
CONFIDENTIAL - NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

This is an automated reminder that MODERN HERITAGE renovations are scheduled to begin on [1/1/79].

To expedite construction, all rooms, suites, and cottages will be closed during the renovation process.

Maintenance Logs[edit | edit source]

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MAINTAINENCE LOGS [sic]
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Week of 10/11/77[edit | edit source]

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MAINTAINENCE LOG [sic]
Week of 10/11/77

- Routine maintainence [sic], Bellmen PM-30 to PM-39, Maids NM-20 to NM-24, GM-04 'Flintlock', GM-05 'Friedrich'.
- Verification testing, HM-22 'Stratford'.
- Shutdown AM-11 'Lotus' following spa incidents.
- Install AM-12 'Vera' as replacement.
- Apply special firmware update, HM-19 'Nibs'.

Week of 10/18/77[edit | edit source]

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MAINTENANCE LOG
Week of 10/18/77

- Routine maintenance, Bellmen PM-40 to PM-49, Sentries SB-01 to SB-4.
- Reverted special firmware update, HM-19 'Nibs'.
- Additional maintenance, PM-08 'Antoine'.
- Completed install, HM-22 'Stratford'.
- Continued analysis, AM-11 'Lotus'.
- Emergency shutdown, Bellman PM-19, 355 sealed pending autopsy results.
- Prep for Golf Club robot installs in Nov.

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USER FILES

***WARNING***
Data corruption detected. Out of [87] files in this directory, [4] were recovered successfully.

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User Log - 10/14/77[edit | edit source]

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USER LOG - 10/14/77

At first, I was glad to be exempt from the layoffs. I'm just in my own private hell. I'm the one setting up the robots that are replacing all of them, so I feel responsible. I know that's not rational. If it wasn't me, it'd be someone else. But I see how they look at me.

I had lunch with Joyce, the clerk down in the candy shop. She couldn't stop crying. Her husband was laid off from the mine last year. She's got two girls in college. I don't know what to do. I could buy her a week or two, maybe.

To-Do List[edit | edit source]

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TO-DO:
- Register Joyce as Acting Manager [DONE 10/23/77]
- Implement Lockdown Protocl [DONE 10/23/77]
- Robot Winterization [DONE 11/15/77]
- Reinstate Combat Protocols [DONE 12/18/77]
- Locate Whitespring Mainframe
- Investigate Fabrication System
- Organize Security Patrols [DONE 7/30/78]]
- Robot Winterization [DONE 10/31/78]
- Abort Modern Heritage
- Disable Modern Heritage Protocol Reset
- Override Eviction/Vagrancy Protocol

INVESTIGATE[edit | edit source]

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- Robots controlled by central mainframe. Where? Must be on premises. Terminal access limited; can't hack out of user sandbox. Conduits dead-end. Not listed in technical specs.
- Why so many robots? Given hotel debt, excessive. Who paid? Why?
- Complete robot refab system? Set to automatic, instant. Crazy high-end. Repair staff cheaper.
- Grounds pristine. Mountains, prevailing winds, robot maintenance limit radiation exposure. That all?
- Hand Scanner with no door. Mistake?
- Modern Heritage locked in by mainframe. Can't stop it, robot reset, eviction. Completely shut out.

Lockdown Terminated[edit | edit source]

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Disabled the damn lockdown. Not that anyone even tries to come here anymore. - O.R. 5/30/86

Registration Desk Terminal[edit | edit source]

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The Whitespring is currently under renovation. No reservations are being accepted at this time.

Guests are welcome to enjoy the Resort's other fine amenities, including:

Shopping[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING - SHOPPING

The Whitespring's legendary retail collection can be found on the hotel's lower level. Additional shops are located in Artisan's Row, a short walk across the north lawn. And don't forget the Pro Shoppe in The Whitespring Golf Club for everything you need to get in the game.

Dining[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING - DINING

For the finest cuisine in Appalachia, visit The Whitespring's elegant Dining Room, located on the hotel's upper level. For drinks, snacks, or light fare, check out the Lobby Bar or the Soda Fountain, also located on the upper level.

The Whitespring Golf Club offers fine dining with a spectacular mountain view in The Champion's Club, or a more relaxed sports bar experience in The Taproom.

Sport[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING - SPORT

Play the newly-redesigned Springhill Course at The Whitespring Golf Club, or enjoy swimming, hiking, tennis, or pool. Hunting and fishing opportunities are also available. Please see a concierge for details.

Education[edit | edit source]

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THE WHITESPRING - EDUCATION

Expand your horizons with a class at Le Grand Gourmet or Artisan's Corner, located on the lower level. Or check out The Whitespring Presidential Cottage & Museum for a fascinating historic tour.

The Whitespring Spa Terminal[edit | edit source]

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For hundreds of years, Americans have visited The Whitespring to 'take the waters'. From The Whitespring's Signature Sulphur Baths to the latest Armoatherapy [sic] and Hydrotherapy treatments, a visit to The Whitespring Spa will leave you feeling relaxed and rejeuvenated [sic].

NOTE: Robotic massage services are temporarily unavailable. We regret the inconvenience.

TODAY'S ATTENDANTS: Aloe, Vera
TODAY'S TREATMENTS: -NONE-