pmangahub.com › gamefaq › Cheats › Fallout_New_Vegas. Fallout: New Vegas: Guten Abend, ich hab erst jetzt gelesen das man Veronica vom Handelsposten als Begleiter mitnehmen kann. Gut und. Alle Menschen werden Brüder ist eine Nebenquest in Fallout: New Vegas. Veronica versucht, den Ältesten davon zu überzeugen, dass die Bruderschaft.
Hidden Valley: Im Dunkel der GeschichteKaufe "Fallout New Vegas Veronica" von gamehunt auf folgenden Produkten: iPad Retina/3/2 - Leichte Hülle. Fallout: New Vegas: Ich bin mit Veronica im Hidden Valley gegangen, da wo die Bruderschaft ist, jedoch war da niemand und ich konnte auch. Hey Leute, mal ne Frage.. woher bekommt man Veronica?Hab gesucht und gesucht und gesucht hab aber nichts gefunden:(Danke:D.
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If you go to the Elder to deliver technology with more than one of the required items, the dialogue with Veronica and the Elder won't start.
If this happens just go out of the bunker and discard one of the items then return. If Veronica walks to the Elder and the dialogue still doesn't start, open the console, select the Elder and type sayto e2f88 vms49elderdiscussion2intro for Hardin or sayto e2f87 vms49elderdiscussion2intro for McNamara.
It worked, thanks mate. Per page: 15 30 Have faith. Wow, you sound like Elder McNamara. Hell, it's what I signed up for when I chose to stay into adulthood.
I know there's something worth saving in there. But we're in decline. Our membership is There's got to be something we can do.
Good talk. I think if I stayed I'd end up causing trouble. Sometimes I just can't help myself. This way is better for me and for them.
No, I think it is. I have to be resolved about this. If I waver, it'll just make things harder. They need me and I'm not going to abandon them.
Its knowledge is dangerous. But if we recruited Knights from outside the group, maybe we could actually defend it. What did you learn from him?
I learned what I don't want to become. In the end, there was just him and his vision. Nothing and no one else. I've been taking things apart and putting them back together since before I said my first word.
You want to build something, talk to me, and we can do it right there on the spot. Workbenches are for novices. Who knows, I might even be able to show you a Brotherhood trick or two.
I want It's part of the Brotherhood's identity. I know the odds aren't good, but I've gotta try. I can't lose them. A good one.
Something elegant and classy, you know? But still stylish. Something that's eye-catching and sexy, but also says "don't fuck with me. I keep hoping I'll come across some Old World designer gown when I'm scavenging, but it never happens.
Maybe I should move back to California. It was Even for Father Elijah. He's always been unstable, but this was I don't want to say delusional, but I don't know what else to call it.
The only thing familiar about it was the signature. He said the Brotherhood was doomed, but that he'd return, save us. I don't know Nowhere specific.
I just know there are a lot of groups who're actually doing well for themselves out here. I want to understand how and why.
See them at work. For me. I can't stay here and watch us waste away. I can't listen to this anymore. It was by his request, actually.
He cleared it with the other Elders. They sent him to look into the Dam. There was a time when I'd have begged to follow. Watch him at work. Don't take too long, all right?
For years, he fought with the Council. Taught me to question our direction. Meanwhile he'd become more out-of-touch than all of them. While we were there, we received word that the NCR had taken the Dam.
He was furious. Called it "children playing with a bomb. What we'd use it for Oh god. Even at the end At least, now I know.
He was a little too focused on gears and diodes I guess it doesn't matter anyway, keep it. I won't ask again. What did he say? Thought as much. He'd been fading away for a long time.
Oh my God, I mean I thought I don't even know what I thought might have happened to him. He died when we all retreated to Hidden Valley.
I didn't expect to see him again, no one did. You killed him? Where did you get this? Same look Elder McNamara always gave me when I was up for promotion.
Didn't matter. Past all the garbage, all it amounted to was goodbye. Head's spinning a bit Trapped him?
I'm glad you're here. Just because I love them doesn't mean some of them aren't assholes. Step into my office. Thank you!
I'm totally trying this on later. It's just my taste. Thank you. Just because it doesn't shoot lasers doesn't mean it's not worth looking into. We could do amazing things with this data.
I, uh, I can't go in with you. I'll wait here, okay? Figured it'd have more buttons and dials and stuff, you know?
Oh, well. It's still the electronic equivalent of a disease from Gomorrah. Do you mean it? No, it's too much!
Well, okay. But it's too much! It's perfect. Look what they're wearing! I've only seen dresses like those in my dreams. And even then I couldn't afford them.
No, no, it's too much! I- wait! What about punching? That's the gift that keeps on giving. Show you how to counter like a Scribe. All right, put 'em up.
Let's see what you got. I don't regret it. Guess he reminds me of someone. If that isn't redundant, I don't know what is. That's not to say I don't get along with them.
I just think they don't know what to do with me sometimes. It was the Dam, really. We'd heard rumors it was working.
Figured we could claim it, put it to use. Didn't end up mattering. We're still after it, though. In theory. We were pretty young, but I like to think it was love.
She left the Brotherhood. Wanted to put some distance between herself and her parents. Since our membership isn't open to outsiders, some members think that obligates all of us to procreate.
You can guess which camp her parents belonged to. Couldn't bring myself to leave everyone else behind. Couldn't convince her to stay, either.
I'd hoped love would be enough to influence her decision, but it wasn't. We were both too stubborn. I don't know where she is now, but I'm sure she's moved on.
I still think about her, though. Once in a while. Got any juicy gossip? Despite her best efforts to leave her past behind, she found herself compelled to make one final journey to Hidden Valley.
I wasn't there. He gave orders to hold the plant until it could be reactivated. But he ran out of time.
The NCR overran it. Everyone thought he was dead. But I got a note from him at a comm station. He wasn't good at face-to-face. I miss him. Elijah could look at an old device and immediately understand what made it work.
And he could see its potential. Where it fit with other technology. It's not something you can teach, but he tried with me. But that's what he taught me.
Well, I shouldn't have come within a mile of here. I know that. Seems like either way, there's not much I can do to help anyone.
I think maybe it's safer if I don't try. I don't, do I? If I did, none of this would've happened. I should've left a long time ago.
Cut my losses before it came to this. I never stood a chance. I know I'm responsible. I was just trying to put it all behind me.
Find someplace where what I do would actually have some influence. I should've expected this, though.
Different story, same ending. Not a chance in hell. I'm not risking this happening again. I'm gonna have to keep to myself. Better that way. For everyone.
I'll still finish what I started with you, though. If you're not afraid, that is. I'll just try not to get too caught up in it all.
Yeah, but only if you've got bodies to fill the suits. We don't take on new members. We're all descendents from the original Brotherhood.
Something's going to have to change, or the empty suits are gonna be all that's left of us. Eventually they'll have to change.
I think you're right. We're getting desperate. Hardly enough people to sustain ourselves as a chapter. They'll see the light, sooner or later.
But I get the feeling if I don't take matters into my own hands, the change won't come in time to make a difference. Hope that collar isn't what I think it is.
What did you do, Elijah? It pays like ass, but it's hard to get other work with my skill set. What do you want to know? Good question.
These days it's hard to say. Once upon a time it was about technology. Controlling it so it couldn't destroy us again. But that all seems so limited now.
We haven't grown or adapted. And now we're stuck in a hole, not carrying out our mission. More sexual favors than I can even count. I am still tired from it.
No, actually, you're born into it. My parents, their parents, so on. When you're young you can choose to leave. But it's home, so most people don't. Father Elijah took a keen interest in her education, becoming her tutor and eventually a parental figure or the next best thing; Veronica never had a grandfather and Elijah was what she imagined one would be like.
From a very young age before she was even able to speak, according to her , she demonstrated an aptitude for engineering, taking things apart and putting them back together.
This drive and natural curiosity led her to choose the career of a Scribe within the Brotherhood, turning her from a tinkerer into an engineering prodigy, in no small part thanks to Elijah's guidance.
His years-long bickering with the Elder council taught her to question the Brotherhood's direction. The Brotherhood provided more than just family and education: Love.
However, their budding relationship was frowned upon by some members Brotherhood, who believed that the limited numbers of the order mean that everyone is obligated to procreate.
Eventually, Christine's homophobic parents prevailed and she left the Brotherhood to put distance between her and her parents. Veronica was unable to convince her to stay and couldn't bring herself to abandon the order.
She never learned that Christine didn't actually leave the Brotherhood either, instead finding new purpose as a member of the Circle of Steel.
Unwilling to leave the Brotherhood behind, when it was Veronica's turn to make the decision, she chose to remain.
She believed in what the Brotherhood stood for, or at least the values at the heart of their beliefs. When the Council decided to deal with him by promoting him out of the way, assigning him to investigate Hoover Dam in Nevada,  he asked her to join him in founding a new chapter.
He tricked the Elders into approving the assignment, concealing the fact from Veronica. At first, Veronica was elated to join her foster parent on such an important expedition.
However, when Elijah sidetracked the chapter at Helios One , she started having doubts. The Elder flew into a rage, calling the NCR children playing with a bomb.
It was then that Veronica realized he wasn't mad because of what he could do with the Dam, but rather, being denied its power.
Despite her relationship with Elijah, she was still a 20 year old Scribe with no ability to influence the direction of the Brotherhood.
She watched powerlessly as the chapter waged a guerilla war against the Republic over the next two years.
Then came Operation Sunburst , which broke something inside Veronica. Whether it was the loss of half the chapter, desertion of Elder Elijah, or the grueling combat experience, something broke inside the 22 year old Scribe.
She survived Helios. Her belief in the Brotherhood's cause did not. As the Brotherhood under the newly appointed Elder, Nolan McNamara , entered a protracted lockdown to protect themselves from the Republic's Army and Rangers and rebuild its strength, Veronica became an outspoken critic of the Brotherhood's policies.
Her difficult questions combined with her status as a veteran of Helios One made the leadership uncomfortable. To keep her away from the Elder and the bunker Heads, she was designated a procurement specialist and permitted outside the bunker to make regular supply runs and obtain provisions and other necessities for her peers.
Notable exceptions include Head Scribe Lars Taggart , who tutored her and grew to dislike her attitude,  . While her absence from the bunker did keep her out of command's hair, her exposure to the outside world only made her more aware of the Brotherhood's failure.
Watching the influx of NCR troops, merchants, and citizens to the Mojave made her realize how it failed to adapt.
The Brotherhood wanted to seize military technology, to control it so that it couldn't destroy humanity again. The single-minded pursuit of this goal resulted in stagnation, a failure to adapt to the shifting landscape of the wastes.
The NCR had an army, a nation, and controlled the Dam. Meanwhile, the Brotherhood was stuck in a glorified hole in the ground, unable to carry out its mission.
She didn't need to be a Scribe to realize that the Brotherhood was doomed in the long run. Without a radical course correction, she was staring a lifetime of scavenging and watching her friends die pointlessly in lost battles.
By , five years after the fall of Helios One, Veronica is at her wits' end. Increasingly torn between loyalty to her friends and unwillingness to join them on the funeral pyre of the order, she seeks to learn from the thriving cultures of the wasteland as she collects supplies for the bunker.
She hopes to find some sort of solution that could help save the Brotherhood, but her irreverent attitude puts her dangerously close to outright banishment.
The fact that she received a curious note from Father Elijah doesn't help. The familiar signature made it plain that it came from Elijah and only strengthened her resolve to try a solution that didn't involve wiping the slate clean.
Although she focuses on finding something to force the Brotherhood to change, she also has personal goals to keep her sane.
Chief among these is finding a proper dress for herself, something that would allow her to feel like a woman once in a while. She hopes to find a designer gown one day, but until then, she keeps looking.
First, I want to say that while I did design Veronica and her companion arc, the character was fully developed and written by Eric Fenstermaker.
I think execution is more important than the idea. Early on F:NV, I was thinking about what kind of character would make an interesting Brotherhood companion.
A scribe sounded interesting, and I liked the idea that scribes were trained in unarmed techniques or power-assisted Unarmed combat for close-quarters combat in the bunkers.
Companions in crisis allow for a lot of criticism, self-reflection, and opportunities for the player to weigh in.
Because the Mojave Chapter was going to be a bunch of depressing grognards overall, I liked the idea that Veronica was the young, sardonic, always-questioning member whom the others pushed out.
Once Veronica was regularly interacting with the outside world, her perspective shifted even further from her brothers and sisters in the bunker. Veronica means "true image", and that is what her character was meant to represent: a balanced and realistic way for the Brotherhood to move forward with the world instead of becoming part of its history.
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Let's hit the road, huh? Just because I love them doesn't mean some of them aren't assholes. Got something good for me? Is it a dress?
In that order. We only protect people from themselves , and only in the sense that we don't let them have the really good Pre-War toys.
And sometimes it's more like we protect ourselves from them and hope to outlive them and become humanity's sole heirs. We've had people go rogue, though, and start helping people.
One chapter had a small civil war over it. We take our isolationism seriously. Everything's coming up Veronica. She's my favorite companion by far and quickly becoming one of my favorite female characters in gaming, period.
If it's in there, we have to abide it, if it's not, it's not important. It documents our history, too. Part of what Scribes like me do is update it.
She tries to make a name for herself and bring good to the wasteland. Yet the nightmares of her past constantly haunt her. Can she overcome her past trauma or will she return to her master's side.
Valeria is a simple trader trying to make a living in the Mojave when she comes across Nipton's massacre, where she catches the eye of the man responsible for this massacre - Vulpes Inculta.
And he makes it his personal goal to make her submit to him, willingly or not. The courier has cheated death three times over: Once in the cemetery of Goodsprings, shot twice in the head.
Years before then, gasping desperately for breath in a malfunctioning cryo-pod. And centuries before that: when the world ended. The charming courier, whose voice puts wastelanders in mind of a female Mr Handy, had a past long before Benny, the NCR, and the Legion.
Now, thousands of miles and hundreds of years from home, Tommie finds herself at the centre of the chaos spreading across the Mojave.
Four years have passed since the Battle of Hoover Dam. House schemes and calculates the greatest chance for New Vegas to emerge on top.