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Burn this Goddamn Jumpsuit
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Burn this Goddamn Jumpsuit is a holodisk in Fallout 3.




Like I told you man. I don't fucking know where it came from. But it freaks the boys out. Some story from a while back, 'bout a stranger with no name.
Just...get rid of the damn thing. Ain't no good gonna come from keeping it around. Besides, if it is.. his. Maybe he'll come back for it. Comprende?


  • Grabbing this holotape is considered stealing and can thus turn Clover and/or Slavers hostile.

Behind the scenes

  • This is a reference to the "One Man, and a Crate of Puppets" webcomic on Penny Arcade, where the vault experiment was to use one man and a box of puppets. The man, later known as the Puppet Man, who eventually surfaces from the Vault and is captured by Slavers and bound up with the Vault Boy Puppet. Convinced that the puppet is alive, he warns the Slavers that "he's a true killer." They apparently don't believe him as the next comic shows the Raider that caught them warning the others about the Vault guy. Unfortunately for them it is too late as the Vault guy slaughters each one.

See also