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  1. Trinity:

    ^ 1.0 1.1 The Courier: “What happened then?”
    Raul Tejada: “About two dozen men came back in the night, after we’d gone to sleep. They set fire to the ranch house and barred the doors from the outside. My whole family was trapped inside. I smelled the smoke and got myself and my little sister, Rafaela, out though a window, but everyone else…. My parents, my grandmother, my two brothers and two of my sisters all died.”
    The Courier: “What happened then?”
    Raul Tejada: ” Rafaela and I ran. We were pursued by some of the men who attacked our home, but I was always a good shot. The ones who came after us, I killed. The rest, I left be. I had to take care of Rafaela, not throw my life away on revenge.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “Who are you?”
    Raul Tejada: “Always happy to repeat myself for you, boss. Raul Alfonso Tejada, aka Old Miguel, former gunslinger, sole survivor of Hidalgo Ranch, and ghost of Mexico City at your service.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ Meet the Companions
    ^ The Courier: “How old are you?”
    Raul Tejada: “I was born in 2047, boss. If you do the math on that, I’m sure you’ll get within a decade or so.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ Raul Tejada: “I grew up in a place called Hidalgo Ranch just outside Mexico City. It wasn’t much, just a bit of farm with a house for three generations of Tejadas. I wasn’t the best-behaved kid. I was quick with my hands, with a pistol or a wrench, and I wasn’t afraid to get into fights over it. I never killed anybody, but I had my share of run-ins with the police. Mostly my family kept me in line. This was before the war. We were far enough away from Mexico City when the bombs fell that we missed the worst of it – but things got bad quick.”
    The Courier: “Go on.”
    Raul Tejada: “Just a few days after Mexico City was vaporized, refugees started pouring down the road to our ranch. We helped who we could, but there were so many. Eventually, my father started turning people away before we ran out of food. Things got violent. My father and I got our guns, and we drove them off.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ Raul Tejada: “After the fire, I knew my sister and I couldn’t stay at Hidalgo Ranch anymore. The refugees still wanted me dead – they even put a bounty on me. I remember how scared Rafaela was. I told her if she came with me, we’d see the vaqueros – she used to love the rodeo, especially the trick riders. We figured maybe we could find help in Mexico City – we were young, we didn’t know what had happened, really. We didn’t understand about the bombs.”
    The Courier: “Wasn’t Mexico City basically annihilated in the Great War?”
    Raul Tejada: “I don’t think it was as hard hit as DC or Bakersfield, but it was bad enough. By the time we got there, the city was a radioactive ruin. Still, the city was full of looters, already forming into the beginnings of raider tribes. Crime was bad before the War, but now it was a nightmare. We were living like scavengers, scraping by on what little food we could find, always looking for medicine for my burns. And then, of course, the radiation started to kick in, turning me into this handsome devil you see before you.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “Sounds pretty bad.”
    Raul Tejada: “You’re a poet of understatement, boss. But there were moments it was almost worth it. I still remember finding that novelty costume shop. I was just looking for something I could slice up to wrap my burns when I saw the vaquero outfit hanging on the rack, like it hadn’t been touched. I took it – not like anybody else needed it, you know? – and wore it back to our camp. Rafaela laughed for the first time since the bombs had fallen.”
    The Courier: “Wasn’t it dangerous to be dressed so… noticably?”
    Raul Tejada: “It was. I started to build up a legend. Sometimes it headed off trouble, but most of the time it just started more. Young punks looking to prove themselves would come looking for me, but my eyes were sharp and my guns were quick. For a while it seemed like we might even survive there, until… until Rafaela.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “Go on. What happened to Rafaela?”
    Raul Tejada: “She went out to find some food one day. I was sick, so I stayed at our camp. I guess it must have been the beginnings of radiation poisoning. Anyway, it was supposed to be safe, but some raiders happened to pass through where she was scavenging. I won’t speak of what they did to her. When I found her body, the only way to recognize her was this funny little scar on her knee from when she was a little girl.”
    The Courier: “That’s terrible, Raul.”
    Raul Tejada: “Terrible doesn’t begin to cover it, boss. I’d let my whole family down – first the ranch, now Rafaela. I was the last Tejada. I guess maybe I went a little crazy then. I took my guns, and I went back to that market. I didn’t have many bullets, but I had enough. After the raiders were dead, I salvaged what I could from the store. I was tired… I just wanted to be alone forever.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “So what did you do?”
    Raul Tejada: “I left Mexico City behind. I made my way out to the Gulf Coast, eventually I found an old Petro-Chico refinery nobody had claimed. I stayed there for a little while, and I thought a lot about my life. I thought about the guns I’d lived by and what they’d gotten me. I decided my guns hadn’t gotten me anything, and it was time to give it up. I took off that old vaquero outfit, and put on a Petro-Chico jumpsuit. The name tag said “Miguel,” so I started using the name myself. Eventually I made it to Arizona… but that’s another story, boss.”
    The Courier: “Why aren’t you still there, then?”
    Raul Tejada: “Getting there, boss. I’d been in Tuscon – the locals can call it Two-Sun all they want, but it’s Tuscon, dammit – about 75 years when she showed up. Prettiest thing you ever saw, boss. Maybe it was just a trick of my senile brain, but I swear she looked just like my Rafaela. Her name was Claudia. She ended up taking work at one of the brothels in town. I never went to her, of course – how could I? But I looked after her in my own way.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “What happened with her?”
    Raul Tejada: “This was a long time ago. Before Caesar’s Legion pacified Arizona and brought the raider tribes to heel. A tribe came into Tuscon one day – more a gang, really. Dirty Dave and his six brothers. They were looking for bullets, and I sold some to them. I figured if I did that, they’d leave town before they tore it up too much.”
    The Courier: “But they didn’t, did they?”br/>Raul Tejada: “No, boss. No they didn’t. As I was saying, I hoped they’d leave the town in peace. Instead, they decided to stop at Claudia’s brothel to take the edge off. I don’t know which one of them got rowdy first, but by the time I heard the screams and got my guns, it was too late. They’d shot up the brothel, killed four girls, and taken Claudia for their sport.”
    The Courier: “Did you rescue her?”
    Raul Tejada: “I went after Dave and his brothers. They had a head start, but they slept nights. I didn’t. Took me three days to catch up to them. Claudia was dead when I got there. They’d put a bullet in each of her eyes. I couldn’t do anything except avenge her, just like Rafaela. I charged into the middle of their camp and started firing – two of them were dead before they knew I was there. The other five, though…. They shot the shit out of me. I would have died, I think, if I wasn’t so full of rage.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “How did you survive?”
    Raul Tejada: “By being a meaner old cuss than the rest of them, boss. I wanted to keep living until they weren’t, so I just kept shooting until they were all dead. I was in pretty bad shape in the end, though. I don’t know how long I laid there with the sun baking me and the buzzards chomping at me. Eventually I got the strength to start moving. Some long time after that, I managed to drag my carcass back to town.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “What happened then?”
    Raul Tejada: “When I recovered – more or less, anyways – I left Tuscon and headed west. I ran into Tabitha at Black Mountain and, well, the rest you know. I swore I was done with the gunslinging life – I was too old, too slow, and too beat up to protect anyone anymore. I thought I was done forever… but after traveling with you, I realize I’ve always had my doubts.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “How do you feel about Caesar’s Legion?”
    Raul Tejada: “I don’t really have a problem with them. People around here tend to see them as invading marauders planning to burn and pillage the countryside. But I’ve been to Arizona, boss. Before the Legion, it was a nasty place, so thick with raiders you couldn’t trade with a town two miles up the road. Caesar’s laws aren’t nice, and their actions aren’t always pretty. But then, neither am I, but you keep me around.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “What’s your take on the NCR?”
    Raul Tejada: “They’re all right, I suppose. Had a bit of tough going there at the beginning – you know their first town was nearly wiped out by raiders? Anyway, they’ve got their good points and their bad, just like a lot of the old governments from before the War.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “Can you tell me anything about Mr. House?”
    Raul Tejada: “Just how old do you think I am, boss? Because I can pretty much guarantee I’m older than that. Let me tell you a story from before the Great War: Everybody knew Robert House. He was a genius. A superstar. Founded RobCo at 22, dated Hollywood starlets, the works. They say he saved Las Vegas. I was in Mexico City when the bombs dropped. Even from there, we could see House’s defensive rockets shooting down the incoming missiles. Everybody assumed he died in the War. Maybe he did. But his robots are still out there, roaming the Wastes. And now, a Mr. House rules New Vegas.”
    The Courier: “Maybe there’s a connection. Can you remember anything else about Robert House?”
    Raul Tejada: “I remember there were some weird stories about him, especially near the end. There was a tell-all in El Periodico de las Aburridas by a starlet House dated. She said they never, um… don’t make me spell it out, boss. Anyway, she said all he wanted to do was scan her brain and make her dress up in different outfits.”
    The Courier: “That’s sickening.”
    Raul Tejada: “It was quite the scandal, at least in the Latin-American tabloid journalism market.”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)
    ^ The Courier: “You can’t seriously think they’re the same Mr. House.”
    Raul Tejada: “Maybe not. Maybe the new guy is just a clever raider chief with a knowledge of history. Maybe he just left instructions for his robots to carry out in his name. Or maybe Robert House uploaded his brain pattern into a computer and rules to this day, a godless, soulless machine-god! Or maybe the whole thing’s a crazy coincidence. Who knows?”
    (Raul Tejada’s dialogue)

  2. Robb:

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  3. Sheila:

    Гуль старой закалки

    (Old School Ghoul)

    Рауль обитает в тюремном здании (самое левое на скриншоте). И если вход в это здание свободный, то доступ к самому гулю ограничен. Способов проникнуть за закрытую дверь два: взломать правый терминал (100 в Науке), либо покопаться в сообщениях, хранящихся на левом терминале. Пароль, упомянутый там просто от скуки, очень даже пригодится.

    По ходу квеста нужно встретиться поговорить с тремя персонажами преклонного возраста, которые, несмотря на свои годы и болячки, приносят пользу окружающим. Разговаривать с ними можно в любом порядке, и после каждого диалога с этими персонажами, Рауль будет раскрывать герою свою предысторию. Встретиться придется с:
    Рейнджером Энди;
    Капралом Стерлингом.
    Энди обитает в собственном доме в Новаке. У него серьезная травма ноги, но не менее серьезная сила воли вкупе с верой в будущее помогают ему преодолевать день за днем и двигаться вперед.

    Адепта можно найти либо в своем доме на Авиабазе Неллис, либо в ангаре неподалеку, где он занимается починкой и обучением молодежи механике. Рауля удивит высокая позиция Адепта в своем окружении, а также всеобщее уважение к этому уже давно не молодому человеку.

    В начале игры Капрал Стерлинг расквартирован вместе со своим отрядом в Лагере Маккарран. Однако, после выполнения квеста «Охота за головами», его отряд перемещается в Лагерь Форлорн-хоуп. Этот персонаж интересен Раулю как пример уже отвоевавшего свое ветерана, все еще находящего себе применение в элитных войсках.
    После того, как Рауль полностью выговорится, он выберет для себя будущее самостоятельно, в зависимости от ответных реплик игрока. Будущее это заключается либо в возврате к стилю жизни странника-с-парой-револьверов (перк «Старый вакеро»), либо в полном посвящении себя механике и починке (перк «Полное техобслуживание»). Внешний вид Рауля меняется соответствующим образом.


    Если до присоединения Рауля вы уже говорили с Энди, и он обучил вас приему рукопашного боя, повторный разговор не позволит продвинуться в квесте Рауля. Для устранения этой неполадки, введите в консоли set “000e61a5”.metrangerandy to 2, поговорите с Раулем самостоятельно и выберите соответствующую реплику в диалоге.
    Аналогичная ситуация, при которой не получится даже активировать диалоговое окно, может возникнуть и с Капралом Стерлингом. В этом случае в консоли следует ввести set “000e61a5”.metcorporalsterling to 2 и аналогично завести разговор самому.
    Случается беда и с Адептом – он может пропасть безвозвратно. Если вы столкнетесь с подобным, команда set «000e61a5?.metloyal to 2 поможет продвинуться дальше в диалоге с Раулем.

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