so i decided to boot up fallout 3 as i do every so often, just to check up on things, explore a little, whatevs. i don’t fast travel anymore, because i want to see every little detail that the developers put into the wasteland.
i came across the regulator hq in my wandering, and was reminded of the runaway sonora cruz. i decided to scout out the area just to see if she was anywhere nearby. to my utter shock, she was just a few map squares away in a direction i rarely go from the regulator hq. there she was, just standing around twiddling her thumbs. so i talked to her first, collected 5240 bottle caps, 1000 for killing judders plunkett, 4240 for the 424 severed fingers in my inventory.
after that i figured it would be a good idea to get her back to hq. fifteen minutes of tedious pushing later, and she was just outside the door. after that i experimented with knocking her out and trying to shoot her unique (and to my disappointment, completely unplayable) 10mm off her hip, but to no avail.
so then i spontaneously decided that i wanted to get her back inside the hq, to her original spawn point, where she should never really leave to begin with. i chose the weakest weapon in my inventory, shot her once in the arm, and chased her in circles around the hq several times, after which she finally went inside. i went inside to ensure that she would go stand where she’s supposed to, but all the other regulators started to attack me. so i ran until i was out of their range, waited 24 hours, and then walked back. all the other regulators were calmed down and walking back to hq. i ran ahead of them, went inside, and pushed sonora back to her own room.
peace has been resorted to the wasteland. all in a morning’s work.
tl;dr, i found sonora and got a bunch of caps and pushed her back to where she’s supposed to be
i am very happy, and i hope all of my followers are having as good a day as i’m having today.
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