During your adventures through The Outer Worlds, chances are you have come across a time or a few times for that matter, when you will randomly hear your fellow companions talk to one another.
It is really interesting to know what they think about each other and/or their current locations. Thus below you will see a few dialogue conversations that we ourselves have stumbled across.
This will involve Vicar Max as he was our favourite character and thus a regular within our party.
VICAR MAX – DEATH KILLS (TAUNT DIALOGUE)
TAUNT DIALOGUE 1 VICAR MAX: May the Law have mercy on you. I won’t
TAUNT DIALOGUE 2Here’s a little trick I learned in prison. VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 3Sometimes violence is the only way VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 4 I’ve had quite enough of you VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 5I smite you in the name of the Law! VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 6The strong survive and the weak perish VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 7 I’ll take your confession now VICAR MAX:
TAUNT DIALOGUE 8Never anger a man of the cloth VICAR MAX:
VICAR MAX – PARTY CONVERSATION BANTER
SAM & VICAR MAX:
CONVERSATION 1: Vicar Max: Hold onto your hats, children. This ride is about to get ugly. SAM: Deploying odour neutralising aerosol spray now. —————————————————- CONVERSATION 2: SAM: Initiating experimental protocol: SMALL TALK So that recent tossball game sure was a nailbiter, eh? VICAR MAX: Do not talk to me —————————————— CONVERSATION 3: VICAR MAX: Watch where you’re walking you glorified broom! SAM: SAM units do not come equipped with sweeper attachments. For supersonic sweeper action, order the Add-ons Kit 001a VICAR MAX: Just keep out of my way. You stomp on my foot, and I swear I will turn you to junk. The Captain will have to order another SAM unit to clean you up. ———————————————– CONVERSATION 4:Vacuum pack full. Emptying sack and replacing filter now. SAM: ———————————————————– CONVERSATION 5: Who wants to play an impromptu tossball match? VICAR MAX: No one? Really? ——————————————————— CONVERSATION 6: Initiating self-cleaning cycle SAM:
VICAR MAX & ELLIE
CONVERSATION 1:Looks like they where ambushed VICAR MAX: ELLIE: Bunch of amateurs. SubLight shoulda seen this coming ——————————————– CONVERSATION 2:Now this is a wild wasteland. Danger and adventure surely await us VICAR MAX: ELLIE: Hope you’re doling out hazard pay ——————————————————- CONVERSATION 3: ELLIE: You a fan of the hard way, Captain? VICAR MAX: Let’s go. Living is overrated, anyway… ————————————————— CONVERSATION 4:No one saw me trip over that, right? VICAR MAX: —————————————————— CONVERSATION 5:This town must’ve looked mighty grand when it was built. VICAR MAX: ELLIE: You take us to the nicest places, Captain ———————————————- CONVERSATION 6:This should be fun. And dangerous. VICAR MAX: ———————————————– CONVERSATION 7:Getting my target practice in today! ELLIE: ———————————————————– CONVERSATION 8:I had a patient who went swimming at a place like this. Got eaten from the inside out by parasitic amoebas. ELLIE: ————————————————- CONVERSATION 9:Max, you’re always going on about destiny. What did your mother do? ELLIE: VICAR MAX: If you must know, my late mother was a labourer, Dr. Fenhill. ELLIE: And your father? VICAR MAX: The same ELLIE: And you ended up a preacher how? VICAR MAX: The universe works in mysterious ways. Where there is a deficit, it seeks to provide an abudance. Say a church is attacked by marauders and sustains casualties. The replacement clergy must arise from somewhere. —————————————————————– CONVERSATION 10:Couldn’t help but notice your shooter, Dr Fenhill. It’s quite a sharp piece. VICAR MAX: ELLIE: Isn’t it something? I keep meaning to name it, but can’t come up with one that sticks. VICAR MAX: That’s funny, I thought you didn’t care much for nice things. ELLIE: Hey, a pirate’s nothing without its rep. And this baby has a rep of its own. ————————————————————- CONVERSATION 11:Black fucking hole! That smarts. Damn near twisted my ankle right there. VICAR MAX: ELLIE: I thought men and woman of the cloth where supposed to be all meek and patient-like. VICAR MAX: The Universal Plan favors the bold, Dr Fenhill. —————————————————— CONVERSATION 12: ELLIE: Didn’t realize you were an ex-con, Vicar. VICAR MAX: Technically, I was a priest, not a prisoner ELLIE: Oh. So you could leave whenever you wanted. VICAR MAX: No. I had to fulfill my … duties first. ELLIE: Then you had a sentence VICAR MAX: Not exactly. ELLIE: You just got a lot more interesting, preacher. ————————————————- CONVERSATION 13: (Not in video but it randomly happens on board the ship) ELLIE: Max. Maximilian. Vicar. Vicky. VICAR MAX: What?!?! ELLIE: Shoot, I forgot. It’ll come to me ———————————————————— CONVERSATION 14: (Not included in video. This one randomly happens whilst on board the Ship) ELLIE: Max. Maximilian. Vicar. Vicky. VICAR MAX: Yes? ELLIE: Aw, this is no fun anymore.
VICAR MAX & FELIX
CONVERSATION 1:How does it feel? FELIX: VICAR MAX: How does what feel? FELIX: Serving an instrument of corporate supremacy VICAR MAX: Let me hazard a guess. You’re talking about the church. FELIX: Isn’t it true the OSI is just a cog in the machine of oppression? VICAR MAX: I’m glad your asking questions, Felix. Curiosity is the foundation of the Scientician faith. FELIX: Don’t try and convert me, preacher. ——————————————— CONVERSATION 2:You know what your problems is, Vic? FELIX: VICAR MAX: Other than being called ‘Vic’? FELIX: You scienticians got no imagination. That’s your problem. VICAR MAX: I’ve imagined you being quiet. It was a nice daydream. FELIX: Everything always goes according to plan, right? Ain’t that what scripture tells you? VICAR MAX: Scripture also tells us to exercise patience in the presence of the young and the foolish. But I repeat myself. ——————————————————- CONVERSATION 3: Hey Vic, got a good one for you. FELIX: VICAR MAX: I assure you, I am jittery with anticipation. FELIX: Could the Grand Architect make a Boarst Pocket so big even he couldn’t eat it? VICAR MAX: Son, the existence of the Grand Architect as a personal and real deity is a fundamental misunderstanding of OSI theology. The Architect is largely metaphorical. You understand? FELIX: Uh-huh. Keep talking, Vic. I know when I got you beat. ————————————————— CONVERSATION 4:All I’m saying, son, is you’ll generate more force with a proper grip. It’s more like this, not like that. VICAR MAX: FELIX: No offence, Max, but I think I know my way around a tossball stick. I got my own set of highly specialised skull-cracking techniques. —————————————————- CONVERSATION 5:Never knew you where much for tossball, Max. FELIX: VICAR MAX: I see I have graduated from ‘Vic’ to ‘Max’. Wonderful. FELIX: What with being a church-man. Don’t it take the fun out of tossball if the winner’s pre-determined by the Law? VICAR MAX: The only thing that takes the fun out of tossball is the Chosen’s new fool of a coach. FELIX: Are we actually agreeing on something? I think we are. ———————————————————– CONVERSATION 6:Mr Millstone, you seem like a young man who could use some direction in your life VICAR MAX: FELIX: Is this about me ending up in the wrong bunk? ‘Cause I swear I wasn’t that drunk. The hallway’s disorienting. VICAR MAX: Son, you can always come to me for spiritual guidance. But not between two and four a.m FELIX: Also, I am really sorry about your floor. VICAR MAX: Forget I broached the topic. Let’s just pretend last night didn’t happen. —————————————————– CONVERSATION 7:So, Vic, what was it like in prison? FELIX: VICAR MAX: I don’t like to talk about it FELIX: Was it run by Spacer’s Choice? VICAR MAX: What part of ‘I don’t like to talk about it’ do you not understand? Is it the don’t? Cause it can’t be the ‘talk’ FELIX: I bet it was a Spacer’s Choice prison. Did you ‘Taste the Freedom’? VICAR MAX: It baffles me why the captain puts up with your wilful idiocy, Mr Millstone. ——————————————————- CONVERSATION 8:Thornburg was off-bounds. That’s the only reason the Darling’s won. FELIX: VICAR MAX: Thornburg was well within bounds. The Darlings won because the Rangers have no defence. FELIX: Thornburg was off-bounds. That hand-goal never should of been called. Any other argument is invalid. VICAR MAX: Spoken like a true Rangers fan. FELIX: You’re damn right! ———————————————————- CONVERSATION 9:Where’d you get your schooling, Max? FELIX: VICAR MAX: Nowhere special, Mr Millstone. An OSI seminary, same as my peers. FELIX: They teach you science there? You know – test tubes, formulas, all that sundry? VICAR MAX: There is more to science than test tubes and labcoats. And the study of science is a lifelong commitment, not merely a collection of coursework. FELIX: You, uh- got any of your old books? Just askin’ VICAR MAX: Why, son, are you expressing an interest in science? I suppose I could find you some reading material. —————————————————- CONVERSATION 10: (This one is not included in the video. It happens randomly whilst on board the Ship) FELIX: You ain’t making a lick of sense, Max. Of course I got a ‘self’. I’m ‘me’. Felix Millstone. VICAR MAX: No, that is just a story you’ve been building for yourself from a very young age. FELIX: There, see? You just said ‘yourself’. Your. Self. Guess I got a ‘self’ after all. Checkmate, preacher. VICAR MAX: Semantics and nothing more. The construction of our language assumes the existence of a self. FELIX: Whoa, whoa. Slow down. What’s this about construction work? VICAR MAX: Our language has all manner of paradoxes contained within it. Tell me, what happens to your lap when you stand up? FELIX: What’re are you talking about? Max, you been acting real funny ever since you and that hermit sniffed all them drugs. Maybe you oughta ask Ellie to take a look at your head. ———————————————————– CONVERSATION 11: (This one is not included in the video. It happens randomly whilst on board the Ship) FELIX: You don’t think that’s a problem? Whole ship’s running on a computer’s fancy. That don’t make you nervous, preacher? VICAR MAX: No, Felix. the concept of a ship does not make me nervous. Are you scared of ADA? FELIX: I ain’t scared of ADA. VICAR MAX: Good. I’m glad we cleared that up. FELIX: It’s just – she’s a computer, Max. What happens when her equations tell her to cut off our oxygen? Or blast us all into space? VICAR MAX: Felix, ADA is not sentient. She can’t act out of a sense of malice. Where do you get these ideas? FELIX: I was watching True Stories of Mechanical Murderers last night. VICAR MAX: Felix, I find your… purity refreshing.
VICAR MAX & PARVATI
CONVERSATION 1:I had a question about your plan, Mr Vicar PARVATI: Of course. The cosmos is generated and directed by the Universal Equation, also known as the Grand Plan. By contemplating the Telelogical Order of things one can achieve Verity. VICAR MAX: Oh, uhm… right. You had a question? Never mind. That about answers it. PARVATI: I see you limping a bit. You all right, Mr Vicar? Need us to slow down? ————————————— CONVERSATION 2: PARVATI: VICAR MAX: What are you implying? I am perfectly fit, my uh, knee is just acting up. PARVATI: There’s no shame in bein’ older, Mr Vicar. Don’t worry, the Captain and I will take care of you VICAR MAX: I need neither your advice, nor your pity, young lady. ———————————————————- CONVERSATION 3:My dad taught me some French, you know. Stuff about omelettes and, uh, fromage. I could take a look at that journal? PARVATI: VICAR MAX: By all means. I would be astounded yet astronomically in your debt. PARVATI: Oh, yea, there’s nothing at all about eggs ‘n cheese in here. Sorry. VICAR MAX: Very helpful. Thank you. ——————————————————– Step lively, Ms Holcomb. CONVERSATION 4: VICAR MAX: PARVATI: I’m-I’m not winded, honest! My, uh, boot was untied. VICAR MAX: Would hate for you to get left behind. Or Architect forbid – become lost. —————————————————————- CONVERSATION 5:Hey, Mr Vicar, do you ever get a little bit homesick for Edgewater? For that ocean stink? PARVATI: VICAR MAX: No, I do not. PARVATI: You’re ‘sposed to say yes and go on to explain why. I just want to have a conversation. VICAR MAX: Of course you do.
VICAR MAX & NYOKA
CONVERSATION 1:You look like a preacher. You a travelling vicar? NYOKA: VICAR MAX: In a manner of speaking. NYOKA: Stellar Bay had a vicar once. He took it upon himself to convince Graham’s folk to come back to the corporate fold. Kept making the trip between the city and Amber Heights by foot. Kept getting himself into all sorts of scrapes. Day came when I found a book of his in the middle of a rapt encampment. Hand still gripping it, too. VICAR MAX: Hopefully he found more comfort in his beliefs in his last moments than I ever did in mine. ——————————————————————– CONVERSATION 2:A vicar, huh? You a true believer, or do you just like the tithes? NYOKA: VICAR MAX: I once was a true believer, but no longer. My recent experiences have… opened my eyes to larger truths. NYOKA: I met another believer once. Pushy type. He thought he’d been left behind for a reason. Thought he’d find some kind of cosmic truth in the wilderness. Got himself infected by mantis and drowned in a sulphur pool. Some truth. VICAR MAX: I much prefer the path I took to finding ‘cosmic truth’. ————————————————————– CONVERSATION 3:Hey, Max. What does your religion say happens to us after we die? NYOKA: VICAR MAX: I no longer consider myself as ‘having a religion’, but in this one thing the OSI and I still agree – the body returns to the universe from whence it came. NYOKA: Why do we exist in the first place, then? What the hell’s the point? VICAR MAX: If there is a point, it is to let go of thinking there *is* a point. Existence is freedom if you let go of humankind’s demands for meaning and structure. NYOKA: I don’t get it. That sounds to me like there ain’t no point at all. VICAR MAX: Don’t misunderstand me, there is meaning to be found, just not in the way most people assume. For example, I believe there was great meaning in your helping people survive the Monarch evacuation. NYOKA: Hm. Ain’t a bad point. Were I never born, lot of these folks might be dead. —————————————————— CONVERSATION 4: If you were in charge, would you keep the Board around? NYOKA: VICAR MAX: Decidedly not. I cannot say who would be best to run this colony, but I can say it is not them. NYOKA: Damn right. Those very people are the ones who decided to abandon Monarch. We could’ve flourished under different leadership. ———————————————————- CONVERSATION 5: (This one happens randomly whilst on board the ship. Vicar Max is in the bathroom) NYOKA: Hey! Shit or get off the pot, dammit! Are you listening in there? You can’t be hogging the facilities for forty damn minutes! You oughta see Ellie! You got a condition or something! ———————————————————— CONVERSATION 6: VICAR MAX: You cannot understand a problem until you free yourself from the desire for an answer. ———————————————————————- CONVERSATION 7: Is one healthy if they are well adjusted to a sick society? VICAR MAX:
Please be aware that this page does not include all of the different dialogues between the characters, it is more of a selection of dialogue conversations that I personally came across.
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