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Biological research station
FNVOWB Sink BioR Station.png
Biography and appearance
RaceComputer Artificial personality
GenderMale programming
LocationBig MT
The Sink
Dialogue FileBiological research station's dialogue
QuestsAll My Friends Have Off Switches
Field Research
Base ID?Ref ID?
ActorRoger Cross
Gametitle-FNV OWB.png
Gametitle-FNV OWB.png

Hurry back with that seed now, baby.

The GS-2000 biological research station is an artificial personality in the Big Empty in 2281.


The GS-2000 is part of a versatile automatic garden that allows for the growing and analysis of a variety of flora. The station was provided with the personality of a stereotypical playboy by Dr Mobius, leading to an endless procession of suggestive comments about planting seed and attempts to hook up with whomever the current owner of the Sink is. Its holotape was stashed at the X-22 botanical garden.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.
This character provides miscellaneous services.

A total of 11 plants can be planted at the station. These can be harvested every 3 days.

The station will also convert every plant of the above type, regardless of origin, into salient green, which can be used to create any kind of plant at a campfire. A complete harvest yields 37 units of plants.


Notable quotes

  • "Baby, I'm the original, certified, rarefied, testified GS-2000 Biological research Station. I'm a seed-clonin' machine."
  • "Muggy? Yeah, Muggy's all right. Not too seedy, but hey, nobody's perfect."
  • "Couldn't stay away, could you? Yeah, I knew you'd be back."
  • "Baby, don't believe a word that sink says. She's all lies."
  • "C'mon baby, bring me a sweet little dried up fruit. I'll hydrate all up in that thang."


The biological research station appears only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues.