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Another new member? What, are we offering a special?”
A timid and thoughtful girl, Woodrose recently blossomed when she joined her the Point Lookout tribals. Tending to a variety of hydroponic punga plants, she cultivates new and more delicious strains, in accordance with Jackson's wishes. She is the tribe matriarch and has taken it upon herself to keep things running and make sure tribe members who have "transcending conscious thought" remember to eat and sleep, which is more work than most would think.
She takes care of the tribals who can't care for themselves after having part of their brain removed, helping them eat, sleep and with other essential tasks for living.
Interactions with the player character
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Effects of player actions
- When spoken to, Woodrose's dialogue comes off with a hostile tone toward the Lone Wanderer. This may be because they are not one of the tribals or she is simply stressed because of her tribal duties. She will become hostile, like all other tribals, if Professor Calvert is killed during A Meeting of the Minds.
Drops on death
Behind the scenes
- The name "Woodrose" is a sly reference to "Hawaiian woodrose seeds," a powerful natural hallucinogen. Similarly, Jimson, another tribe member, is a reference to "jimson weed," another natural hallucinogen.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.103: "Woodrose
A timid and thoughtful girl, Woodrose recently blossomed when she joined her new cult, the Tribals. Tending to a variety of hydroponic Punga Plants, she's cultivating new and more delicious strains, in accordance with Jackson's wishes."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)
- Woodrose: "Another new member? What, are we offering a special? Punga may have offered you wisdom, but it looks like it's still going to be a while before you really learn to accept it. Until then, you answer to me. I'm Woodrose, the tribe mother."
- The Lone Wanderer: "What do you do in this tribe?"
Woodrose: "I'm denmother. I keep us safe and make sure everyone remembers to eat and sleep. It's more work than you might think. A lot of our members have... "transcended conscious thought." Someone's got to take care of them."