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Doctor Julius Banfield
race: Human, African American
affiliation: Tenpenny Tower
role: Doctor
location: Tenpenny Tower
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: none
karma: Good
SPECIAL: 4ST, 6PE, 4EN, 6CH, 7IN, 5AG, 4LK
base id: 156D9
ref id: 17A06

Doctor Julius[1] Banfield is the only Doctor in Tenpenny Tower in 2277.



Doctor Julius Banfield is head of the clinic and wellness center in Tenpenny Tower.

Daily schedule

Banfield spends most of his time in the Wellness Center, he takes a lunch break at the Cafe Beau Monde every day at noon, and sometimes the Federalist Lounge for a quick drink. On Tuesdays and Thursdays he is gone for longer periods at a time; he's upstairs "tending" to Susan Lancaster.[2]

Interactions with the player character

He is able to heal wounds, clear addictions and clear radiation poisoning.

He's always wanted to experiment on Ghouls so he can learn more about them, but hasn't had the opportunity. As a result, Banfield is willing to allow Ghouls to move into the tower during the Tenpenny Tower quest so he can perform some tests on them.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Lab Technician Outfit - Tenpenny Resident's Key -


  • On the way to his room, he can be heard saying: "It's playtime, wonder if we will play Doctor and Nurse again." Inside his room you may find Tenpenny Tower's prostitute Susan Lancaster beside Banfield's bed on which he is resting.


Julius Banfield appears only in Fallout 3.


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
  2. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
Tenpenny Tower

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