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|Old Lady Dithers, in color|
We're not really here. We're not really talking. It's all made-up, make-believe. We're sleeping, dreaming. The dream became a nightmare. It has to end.”
Like the other inhabitants of Vault 112, Old Lady Dithers is trapped in the Tranquility Lane simulation and subject to Stanislaus Braun's whims. Considered insane by the other inhabitants, she is the only one who is aware that Tranquility Lane is a computer simulation, and that the Braun, in the guise of Betty, is torturing his subjects.
The terminal attached to her pod chair in Vault 112 notes that several readouts show anomalous readings and extreme levels of stress, likely either a cause or symptom of her awareness.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Tranquility Lane: Old Lady Dithers is the only person who is conscious about the simulation and informs the Lone Wanderer about the failsafe in the abandoned house.
Drops on death
T. Dithers appears only in Fallout 3.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.89: "Old Lady Dithers
Poor Old Lady Dithers; she's a sweet old thing to be sure, but prone to bouts of senility. She's recently taken to warbling on about "computer simulations" and "fail-safe" operations. The neighbors sure hope they won't have to commit the old dear."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)
- Lounger monitor: "DISPLAY RESIDENT STATUS
Pulse: 80 bpm
Temp: 00.0 F
Respiratory Rate: 5/min
WARNING: ANOMALY DETECTED
DISPLAY RESIDENT STRESS LEVEL
Stress Level: Extreme
WARNING: RESIDENT REQUIRES MEDICAL ATTENTION"