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Molly is the still functioning pre-War greeter at the Cambridge Polymer Labs, in which she will give the Sole Survivor an interview, in order to become a member of the CPL research team, which was involved in an undisclosed project.
After lifting the lab's lockdown procedure, which is enacted after the Sole Survivor has entered the building's labs, Molly will become hostile, seeing them as an intruder. Should the Sole Survivor finish the project as tasked, instead, she will take the Sole Survivor to see the director. Once they enter his office, the director is found to have been turned into a feral Glowing One, in which he will then need to be taken down by the party. Afterwards, Molly will act as if the director is still alive, announces the news of the project's completion, in which she will then state redundancies within the company before shutting down permanently.
Interactions with the player character
|This character starts quests.|
Molly gives the quest Cambridge Polymer Labs (quest), in which she will not allow the Sole Survivor to leave the labs, until the research team's project is completed, or she is killed by overriding the lockdown she enacts.
|CPL Director's key|
Drops on death
|No additional items|
- During the orientation, Molly mentions that some of the components developed by the lab were involved in the Liberty Prime project and the following defense of Anchorage.
Molly appears only in Fallout 4.
- Molly: "The genesis of Cambridge Polymer Labs lies in the research of a group brilliant graduate students. Jon Elwood, Ericka Woolum, and Wilfred Bergman met during their time together at CIT. This slide shows them at their graduation. Their research into nucleostrictive and piezoelectric polymers caught the attention of Col. George Kemp in the fall of 2073. In the spring of 2074 the company was founded, with a generous grant provided by the Defense Experimental Research Project Initiative. The research produced here has resulted in several of components used in the Liberty Prime project that led to the successful defense of Anchorage. The company enjoys a strong relationship with the military and welcomes your addition to the research team that helps build a better America."