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race: Computer
affiliation: Presidential Metro
role: Protection, surveillance and maintenance
location: Presidential Sub Level
appearances: Fallout 3 (add-on Broken Steel)
quests: Who Dares Wins
base id: xx00266a

M.A.R.Go.T. (short for Metro Authority Rapid Governmental Transit System), also simply called Margot, is a computer system found in 2277.



A nearby maintenance terminal in the metro mentions that Margot originally had a male voice, but was changed to a female's voice during its development just so that the system could be given the acronym M.A.R.Go.T. as a name much to the annoyance of the maintenance worker who had to reprogram her entirely.

Occupation and activities

Having been in service since April 14, 2065, it watches over the Presidential Metro which connects the White House with The Capitol Building's East Wing and Adams Air Force Base.

Interactions with the player character

When approaching Margot, her voice will ask you to approach the console to identify yourself. After passing a very hard speech check, using your science skill, or displaying the Senate Employee ID, you can gain more information and the nearby Sentry Bots and Mister Gutsys will no longer be hostile to you. Apparently Margot realizes something happened on the surface long ago, but isn't sure what. If the PC tells her that nuclear war broke out and 200 years have passed, she tells them that this is meaningless as her primary function is to protect the Metro and she will continue to do so until she is no longer able to. She will also mention that there is a breach in security. She cannot tell anything about the attackers because she feels her sensors are malfunctioning since they are reporting the attackers as having no body heat readings and lethal radiation levels. She will also inform the PC that the fuse for the Metro needs to be replaced before the train to Adams Air Force Base can be used but will not allow the Sentry Bot with the replacement to be activated until the security breach is contained.


M.A.R.Go.T. appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on Broken Steel.

Behind the scenes

  • The system was installed on April 14, 2065, which happens to be exactly 200 years after the real-life assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
  • M.A.R.Go.T. may have been inspired by Portal's G.L.a.D.O.S.
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Broken Steel (add-on)

This article uses material from the "M.A.R.Go.T." article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Margot about to commit suicide
Margot seconds before her death.

Margot hooked up with Luis Fernando Lopez in 2007, and after that she stalked him, became obsessed. Her father told her that he was a bad influence, but her crazy mental obsession with Luis made her send constant emails and gifts.

She was encountered on the streets by Luis and after stressing him, told him that she took 35 painkillers and 15 sleeping pills. Enraged, Luis rushed Margot to the emergency room of the hospital.

Upon release from hospital, she was once again encountered at Pier 45, holding onto a handrail and ready to jump from quite a height. Luis attempted to stop her, but she jumped to her death. A crowd of civilians believed that Luis pushed her, forcing him to outrun an angry mob and the police.

This article uses material from the "Margot" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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