Sprecht ihr nun Boone auf Bitter Springs an, bleibt er verschlossen und weicht aus. Ähnlich wie bei Arcade Gannon müsst ihr Boones Vertrauen gewinnen, indem. Craig Boone Fallout Von Manny Vargas in Novac hat man erfahren, dass Boone bei dem Massaker in Bitter Springs dabei war. Boone selbst redet nicht gern. Craig Boone ist ein möglicher Begleiter und Novacs Nachtschicht-Scharfschütze in Fallout: New Vegas. Boone ist spezialisiert auf Gewehre, er trägt sein.
Ich weiß, was du in Bitter Springs getan hast: Verloren im Ödland? Unsere Komplettlösung hilft!Sprecht ihr nun Boone auf Bitter Springs an, bleibt er verschlossen und weicht aus. Ähnlich wie bei Arcade Gannon müsst ihr Boones Vertrauen gewinnen, indem. Manny Vargas in Novac über Boone zu befragen, sonst kommt die Gesprächsoption Waren Sie mit der 1. Juli in Fallout New Vegas. Entführer von Boone`s Frau (Fallout - New Vegas). Gamer Hey Leute ich hab 2 Fragen zu Boone: 1. Wer hat seine Frau entführt und wie bekommt man das.
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But let's make sure and come back here. I'd love to wipe this place off the map. I don't think I'd hold it against you. We should part ways for now.
But if you make any new friends in there, all bets are off. You're making a mistake. I want to be a part of this. You ever change your mind, I'll be right there with you.
Caesar won't know what hit him. That's what the scope's for. That's a solution. Damn right. You and I, we're just a couple of problem solvers.
We'll keep our distance. If you're sure. There's a lot of high ground around the town. We could do a lot of damage.
Just saying. You'd better go your own way for now. Better be a good reason. I didn't join up with you to go on nature walks. Thought my time had come.
For a minute there everything made sense. I could feel the end coming. I was ready for it. I'm back where I was. Guess I did. Guess I figured whatever we could handle, this time the Legion was going to send more.
I should've died here a long time ago. When I spotted the legionaries today I thought I understood. Things were finally going to even out.
But I'm still here and nothing's changed. But your regrets can set you on a better path. I guess they brought us here.
One less Legion raiding party running loose now. Never a bad thing, you can take my word for that. Still feels like I'm living on borrowed time.
But I don't see any reason not to take a lot more of those sons of bitches with me. You got a point. There's still some things I can do before all this is over.
I don't mean disrespect. It's a hell of a thing having someone with your ability looking out for me. But I've come to believe that there are things nobody can stop.
I thought for sure that's what we'd finally come up against today. It would've made sense for things to end here. But now I'm still waiting. It's like I'm being toyed with.
I don't know what I'm supposed to do about all this. Things just happen. If that's how it is, there's not a lot of comfort in knowing it.
I never thought of it that way. Always expected something But maybe it is. It's war. People die. Why should it matter whether they're soldiers or civilians?
With the Khans, the only difference between a soldier and a civilian is that the civilian is more likely to miss when he shoots at you. They'd have died whether or not they were soldiers.
Whether or not I was there. And my leaving the NCR hasn't stopped any wars or saved any lives. There's no controlling war.
No sense regretting what you can't stop. Tell the truth I think this is exactly what I've been waiting for. Got a group coming our way.
Looks like a Legion raiding party. It's big. Beat before "It's big. Main force got spotted too soon. We heard shooting. Then Khans started coming through Canyon 37 in bunches.
It was all wrong, though. Women, kids, elderly. Wounded started coming through, too. We radioed to confirm our orders but command didn't get what we were seeing.
They told us to shoot till we were out of ammo. So that's what we did. Yeah, I guess not. Yeah, well.
I'm not a soldier anymore. Those rules don't seem like much of an excuse now. I don't know why we're here. Thought maybe it'd help me see things better.
I'd like to stay here for the night. Think some things over. Maybe not. Maybe I wouldn't have either at one point.
But that's why they train you. Break you down till you're automatic. With the Khans, any of them can be dangerous. There's a lot you can't see through a scope.
I often wonder the same thing. Let them have Bitter Springs. You can do what you want, but I'm not going anywhere. I only would've needed one bullet to do things right that day.
We won't stay for long. Fine, but I'd still like to when we get a chance. Easy target for grabbing slaves. Bunch of refugees, just a few soldiers defending it.
I don't think they're here for us. Too bad. Would've made me feel good about myself. Saves us the trouble of finding them. If only it was this easy all the time.
I'm not. Always figured this was how it was gonna end for me. Just didn't know when. That day you showed up in Novac, I had a feeling I was supposed to go with you.
That it was time to end all this. And now I know. We got sent from Camp Golf, looking for some Khans who'd been making trouble with one of our settlements.
We figured this was a gang hideout, but That's where we set up. They put the graveyard here. That's what the NCR calls the pass down there.
Even when I sleep. I don't think so. It won't change anything. And that's a memory I don't want refreshed. Just tired of thinking about it. We'll make it a point to stop there.
I hope this isn't a mistake. Forget I brought it up. You want to go? You're on your own. If I'm on my own I'm on my own. But I'm gonna go. Good working with you.
Let's head out, then. What they do to women There was no choice in what I did. It was more like All this was only ever going to play out one way.
It still is. I don't have any say. All I can do is wait for it to be done with me. Even if it meant your death.
There was never any saving her. They'd have taken her where I couldn't follow. What I did There was no decision. I was meant to pull that trigger.
It was a mistake to think I could escape it. You take out a debt, it's only a matter of time before someone comes collecting. Things just finally caught up with me.
It was gonna be something. If I'd never met Carla, it would've been something else. I should've never gotten close to her. I've got bad things coming to me.
You'd better keep your distance, too. Better that you don't. I was in a lot of places with First Recon. I don't really remember. What happened there?
That part of my life is over now. So is this discussion. You won? Look, we've done some traveling together, but we're not exactly comrades-in-arms. I'm not ready to swap war stories.
You can talk to me about it. Maybe some other time. We've been fighting together. It's a start. I don't know. Couldn't hurt.
I guess that'd be the word. We did what we were there to do. Lot of people got killed. That's war. Maybe looking back you'd do things differently, but that's not how it works.
In the field, you hesitate, you or someone you care about will die. They teach that from day one. That's how they wrote it up in the report.
Not as much as you'd think. You don't come out of a tour of duty without regrets. It's best just not to think about it.
You can't second guess what you do out there. It doesn't lead anywhere that does any good. I know that much. You have to think for yourself.
Not much hope either way, is there? Life has a way of punishing you for the mistakes you make. Big enough mistake, punishment can take a while.
Mine's not over. A murderer who does good deeds is still a murderer. And he'll still get his judgment. I left the NCR when my tour was up. Had enough of war.
Decided I was gonna start over. None of it made a difference in the end. Your misfortunes are just bad luck.
That's what they tell you in the casinos, too. Because it's the only way to get you to buy back in. If people knew the truth, that something's watching you, waiting to take it all away from you, and it never loses That's all it's doing now.
Waiting for me to buy back in. Drop it. That goes both ways. I joined up with you to kill legionaries. Sooner we get back to that, sooner we can have an understanding.
You don't know what you're asking. The Legion's the only thing I want on my mind right now. I was out of line. With you or anybody.
I don't see what this helps. She's dead. Spit it out. You owe me. How do I know she's dead? Here it is. I tracked her down. Southeast, near the river.
They were selling her. Saw it through my scope. Disgust on "they were selling her. Whole place swarming with Legion. Hundreds of them. Bidding for things no man has a right to.
I just had my rifle with me. Just me, against all of them, so I took the shot. Very slightly choked up at the end - he's talking about mercy-killing his wife.
Goddamn it. This wasn't supposed to be a guess. He might not have done a goddamn thing. She might not have done a goddamn thing. Get out.
I don't ever want to see you here again. And you stay the hell away from me. Let's go after the Legion. You don't want to do that. I deduced it with a simple process of elimination.
Well, that's about all the proof I could hope for, I guess. This is all I can give. I think our dealings are done here. I won't be staying, I know that.
Don't see much point in anything right now, except hunting legionaries. Maybe I'll wander, like you. That might be true.
And that's reason enough for me to take you up on it, I suppose. Let's get out of here. People die out there. Often enough that no one worries about blame.
They're too anxious to forget it happened in the first place, I guess. I was on break when it happened. Not unless you give me a reason.
You just got into town. Maybe you shouldn't go. Not just yet. I guess I shouldn't be surprised. It'd be like them to keep paperwork. I don't have friends here.
I know, all right? And that's all you need to know. You didn't have any proof? Don't come here again till it's over.
There's nothing up here. I think you'd better leave. I don't know who you think you're kidding. I've lived here for more than a year.
Anyway, I need someone I can trust, and you may be a liar, but you're also a stranger. And that's a start.
No you're not, are you? I said it was a start. This town His story didn't add up. Her story didn't add up. My wife's dead.
I want the son of a bitch who sold her. Expecting visitors? I guess maybe I am. But not like you. Maybe it should've been you I was expecting all along.
Why are you here? I just wanted you to kill him. You sick bastard. You'd better be ready to join him. I just wanted you to kill her.
You'd better be ready to join her. I want you to find something out for me. I don't know if there's anything to find, but I need someone to try.
My wife was taken from our home by Legion slavers one night while I was on watch. They knew when to come and what route to take, and they only took Carla.
Someone set it up. I don't know who. For a time, he was happy. Sometime in ,  they settled in Novac , down route Boone found a job as town watchman, together with Manny Vargas , the best friend who enlisted with him and also his spotter.
Boone never told Carla about Bitter Springs, though he really wanted to. Legion slavers sneaked into Novac one night while he was on watch, and took Carla, pregnant with Boone's child.
They knew exactly when and how to come in order to sneak by him. Boone knew he was set up. Their friendship ended instantly when his friend couldn't mask the fact her disappearance made him glad, as Boone's wife often clashed with him.
The distraught marksman took to the road, to track Carla down and save her. He found her at a Legion outpost southeast, near the Colorado River.
She was being sold, with men bidding on her. The entire area was locked down, with legionaries swarming by the hundreds.
Boone could only see one solution. He could not track her in Legion lands. He could not abandon her to the Legion. He took the shot.
He hit. He returned to Novac and resumed his duties as the town's watchman. He was apathetic, save for one emotion: Hate. Boundless hatred for the Caesar's Legion and the person who took his wife from him.
That was some kind of stunt we pulled. Whatever happens from here on out, we killed that prick in the middle of his fortress. Ought to give the rest of them something to think about.
Intel we had back in the NCR said they had a whole succession lined up. They'll replace him as soon as word gets out.
The other thing I heard is that he wasn't really commanding the army anymore. Guess we made sure of that. Craig Boone was written by Eric Fenstermaker.
Boone, together with Manny Vargas on the playing card. Craig Boone appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
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That just means we've got more work to do. Yeah, it does. But we got these bastards pretty good today. The following section is transcluded from Fallout: New Vegas endings.
To modify, please edit the source page. See, I grew up in North Vegas. Me and my cousins. We were some bad seeds. Got in with a gang.
I loved it. Then something happened, and I couldn't handle it anymore. So, I enlisted. Earned my future. Brought down my best friend to share that future with me.
And here was this woman who was too good for it, trying to take him away. So yeah. I didn't see eye-to-eye with the bitch.
I was stationed at Camp Golf for a while. Last I heard they were at Camp McCarran. Pays a little better, so I said okay. Only resort in New Vegas no one wanted to get sent to.
Doesn't have that kind of importance anymore, though. They pulled most of the troops out of there after we took the Hoover Dam.
We got sent from Camp Golf, looking for some Khans who'd been making trouble with one of our settlements. I guess one of the settlers was connected, because we sent everything we had.
We figured this was a gang hideout, but There's a ridge called Coyote Tail on the south side. That's where we set up. That's what the NCR calls the pass down there.
It was the Khans' only escape, so we set up here to guard it while the main force attacked from the front. Standing orders were to shoot on sight.
We heard shooting. Then Khans started coming through Canyon 37 in bunches. It was all wrong, though. Women, kids, elderly.
Wounded started coming through, too. We radioed to confirm our orders but command didn't get what we were seeing. They told us to shoot till we were out of ammo.
So that's what we did. And he'll still get his judgment. I left the NCR when my tour was up. Had enough of war. Decided I was gonna start over.
None of it made a difference in the end. I've lived here for more than a year. Anyway, I need someone I can trust, and you may be a liar, but you're also a stranger.
And that's a start. She said I looked lost. She talked a lot. Suited me fine - I never know what to say.
And listening to her, it could She stuck out, pretty much everywhere we went. Like she was from a different time.
A better time. I never met anyone like her. I wanted to. I just couldn't. I don't know if there's anything to find, but I need someone to try.
My wife was taken from our home by Legion slavers one night while I was on watch. They knew when to come and what route to take, and they only took Carla.
Someone set it up. I don't know who. Spit it out. You owe me.