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Female, Auto-calc stats, PC Level Mult
Oh, well, nobody ever asks me MY opinion about anything, but I love it here.”
Martha Wilson is an inhabitant of Andale in Fallout 3.
Martha is the unusually quiet wife of the slightly domineering Bill Wilson, and part of the inhabitants of the “perfect” settlement of Andale. She doesn’t speak at all, and is slightly incredulous if asked her opinion on matters, when it’s quite obvious Bill will be doing the answering for her.
Her actions make her a typical 1950's housewife who cooks, cleans and does domestic tasks for her husband and brother Bill Wilson, and their daughter, Jenny Wilson. If asked about her opinion of the town she lives in, she will divulge very little information.
If she's asked about "Old Man" Harris Smith (after talking to him) she will disclose the fact that he is her father, then states that she "...probably shouldn't have said that."
Interactions with the player character
|This character drops a finger when killed (Lawbringer).|
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Our Little Secret: Martha is one of Andale's many cannibals. Upon leaving the shed behind the Smiths' house, the inhabitants of Andale will confront you.
|Dirty pre-War businesswear|
Drops on death
Martha Wilson appears only in Fallout 3.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.84: "Martha Wilson
Martha is the unusually quiet wife of the slightly domineering Bill Wilson, and part of the inhabitants of the "perfect" settlement of Andale. She doesn't speak at all, and is slightly incredulous if asked her opinion on matters, when it's quite obvious Bill will be doing the answering for you."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)