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|For the super mutant cut from Fallout, see Troy (Fallout).|
... and that is how we can clone cells to make replacement limbs. We have to be careful that the tissue cultures don't get contaminated, but... in any event, I think I've talked enough... hope it was informative.”— Dr Troy giving a tour of Vault City's facilities
Background[edit | edit source]
Residing on the entrance level of Vault 8 with his assistant, Nurse Phyllis, Troy is a middle aged man wearing a spotless, pristine lab coat. He is one of the best physicians in the wastelands, with access to top notch facilities. As such, the level of care he provides is commonly considered to be the best of the best, including inoculations, vaccinations, cloning replacement organs and body parts, ensuring proper diets for all citizens, and more.
Dr Troy is also concerned about the problems caused by drugs throughout the wasteland. The emergence of Jet has particularly concerned him, leading him to consider commissioning someone to smuggle a sample of Jet for him to analyze. Eventually, he managed to develop a Jet antidote, breaking the vicious cycle of addiction in New California.
Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
Interactions overview[edit | edit source]
|This character starts quests.|
|This character is involved in quests.|
|This character provides character bonuses.|
Quests[edit | edit source]
- Deliver a sample of jet to Dr. Troy. or Find some endorphin blockers to make a cure for Jet.: These quests allow the player to develop an antidote for Jet.
- Deliver a sample of jet to Dr. Troy.: The player is asked to smuggle in a sample of Jet for the doctor to use in his research.
- The player can blackmail the good doctor by threatening to reveal his smuggling to the First Citizen, receiving $500–$1000 each month. Obviously, going to him for treatment afterwards will kill the player character (6999 points of damage as a result of a lethal injection from the Auto-Doc).
Other interactions[edit | edit source]
- Vault City Inoculations and Vault City Training: The player can receive these perks if they follow the right paths in dialogue.
- As Captain of the Guard, the player can bring Marcus to Dr Troy, receiving 20 7.62mm, 40 .44 Magnum JHP and FMJ, 50 5mm JHP, 10 .45 caliber, 24 10mm JHP, 50 .223 FMJ, and 20 9mm Ball after the procedure.
- Unless the player is Captain of the Guard, Troy will become hostile if Marcus or Lenny are in the player character's party.
Inventory[edit | edit source]
Drops on death
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Troy appears only in Fallout 2.
- Jet addiction in Fallout: New Vegas can be cured by any doctor.