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|For the recruit in Fallout Tactics character, see Mick (Fallout Tactics).|
A polite society is an armed society!”
He is, together with Ralph, co-owner of Mick and Ralph's. He sells weapons while his partner sells consumables.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is a merchant.||Sells: weapons|
|This character can repair items.||Repair cap: 85|
|This character starts quests.|
- How Little We Know: If asked how his business is doing, Mick will lament that the Omertas have stopped purchasing weapons from him and asks you to investigate who's supplying them.
Effects of player actions
- Mick's specialty is weapons, and if convinced that he can trust the player with a Speech check of 30, he will start selling more lethal and rare weapons.
- Mick will reward the Courier with the Pimp-Boy 3 Billion after completing the quest How Little We Know and making sure that the Omertas buy weapons from Mick & Ralph's.
|Pre-War parkstroller outfit|
Drops on death
Behind the scenes
- Mick's secret stash of weapons includes Fallout 3 guns like the Infiltrator, Railway rifle and the Shanxi Type 17, however they cannot be obtained. However, the hats in the secret room can be stolen.
- Mick says "Like I always say, a polite society is an armed society" when the player convinces him to sell better weapons. This is a reference to a quote from Robert A. Heinlein.
His store inventory may never refresh, even after accessing his expanded inventory.
- A possible fix is performed by entering his store, then without interacting with either person, save and quit the game. Then use continue to load. Mick/Ralph will have restocked. This applies to all other vendors as well.
- Sometimes, when you ask to buy from him, you will not be able to buy from him. He will simply say, "take a look" and then will go right back to dialogue.
- For some unknown reason, when selling things to Mick, he doesn't pay the full value of the object. As a matter of fact he often doesn't pay anything at all. This happened after dealing a big amount of objects and caps. Due to the use of his repair services, he has over 39000 caps.
- He may not appear inside of Mick and Ralph's store. Reloading the auto save upon entering will correct this.
- He may not give you the Pimp-Boy 3 Billion, even after doing everything required for it.
Mick appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.