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John L. Sullivan
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Klamath
role: Retired Pugilist
location: Klamath
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 2
Statistics
Technical
dialogue file: Hcsulvan.msg
You see, it's all about getting your whole wee body to snap just like a whip...

—John Sullivan on fighting

John L. Sullivan is a retired boxer of Irish descent in the Golden Gecko in Klamath.

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Background

A tall, older, man with muscular arms and a gray, but neatly groomed, handlebar mustache, John Sullivan is a retired New Reno boxer, who settled down in Klamath and spends his time at the Golden Gecko tavern. He is a warm, open fellow, who will gladly talk to people and drink a pint or two with them. He also has a knack for spotting talented fighters and teaching what he knows.

Interactions with the player character

Sullivan can raise the Chosen One's Unarmed and Melee skills each by 10%. If you have at least 10 caps you can find out that he used to box in New Reno.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item
Leather Armor (not lootable) Pipe Rifle + 24 10mm JHP
Spear
Stimpak
44 $
Beer

Notes

  • Sullivan is based on the Irish-American boxer John Lawrence Sullivan who was recognized as the first heavyweight champion of gloved boxing.
  • Sullivan also mentions the Gaelic phrase Erin Go Bragh which is translated as Ireland Forever.
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