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Wally Mack
Biography
race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: Tunnel Snakes
role: Ganger
location: Vault 101
family: Allen Mack father
Gloria Mack mother
Stanley Armstrong grandfather
Susie Mack Sister
Steve Mack brother
Beatrice Armstrong aunt
Mary Kendall aunt
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Future Imperfect
Trouble on the Homefront
Statistics
SPECIAL: 5ST, 5PE, 5EN, 5CH, 5IN, 5AG, 5LK (Growing up Fast)
5ST, 5PE, 5EN, 2CH, 5IN, 5AG, 5LK
Technical
actor: Sean McCoy (young Wally)
base id: see IDs
ref id: see IDs

Wally Mack is a resident of Vault 101 in the year 2268.

Contents

Relationships

He is a member of the Tunnel Snakes gang. Mr. Mack is the son of Allen and Gloria Mack. Wally's siblings are Steve and Susie. Butch DeLoria and Paul Hannon Jr. are Wally's friends and fellow gang members.

Background

In the 2260's, at one of Wally's birthday parties, the robot Andy performs magic tricks and children play Hunt the Mutant on the Atrium.

Later, on July 13, 2268, Wally attends the tenth birthday party of the Lone Wanderer after receiving an invitation from Amata Almodovar. She invited him upon the insistence of the Lone Wanderer's father. During the party, Wally expresses his scorn for the party to the Lone Wanderer's face. Wally believes the Pip-Boy 3000A is antiquated junk and thinks the decorations are for a younger kid. Later at the party, with his closest friends, they discuss possible names for their gang.

On August 3, 2274, before the G.O.A.T., Wally and his friends are sexually harassing Amata near the classroom. The Lone Wanderer can side with Amata, side with the Tunnel Snakes, or leave Amata with the Tunnel Snakes.

Wally judges the G.O.A.T. test as pointless and arbitrary, walking out of the class before hearing his teacher's answer to what Wally's future occupation would be. He states he has figured it out and upon leaving Mr. Brotch says something along the lines of "Damn! Why didn't I think of that when I was 16?" possibly he does not like his job as a teacher.

Later, during the crisis in Vault 101, Wally can be found living in the Vault 101 Dweller's old room. He reveals that he has left the Tunnel Snakes and claims that his father, Allen, saved Stanley. This may be a falsehood on the part of his father, as Officer Gomez and Andy are responsible as far as your character knows, or he may have actually done so at some point after you left. He insults James for good measure stating, rather ironically given recent events, "You wouldn't know what it's like having a hero as a father."

Interactions with the player character

The only interactions the PC has with Wally is him insulting them because of their older model Pip-Boy and later insulting their father for not being a hero.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Pip-Boy 3000
Vault 101 Jumpsuit
Baseball Bat - -

Appearances

Wally Mack appears only in Fallout 3.

IDs

Like most inhabitants of Vault 101, Wally Mack has multiple Base and Reference IDs during various quests:

Base ID Reference ID Quest
000300EC 000300F5 Growing Up Fast
0001CE2A 0001CE2B Future Imperfect
0004E894 0002907A Trouble on the Homefront

Related Quests

Notes

  • Wally Mack can also be found in Vault 106 as a hallucination in his Tunnel Snake outfit (along with the rest of the Tunnel Snakes) amongst the insane survivors in the lowest level of the vault; however, they vanish upon killing them.
  • Wally insulting James is ironic as you can only go back to Vault 101 after James sacrifices himself. You can always kill him in vengeance of what he said, but that will make all residents in the entire vault hostile to the player momentarily. It's best to do this after you complete the quest.
  • Wally is highly intelligent, a natural leader, and has a strong opinion on many issues. Even as a young kid, his friend Butch recognizes his intelligent and leadership qualities. However, Wally is very abusive and bullying of those he doesn't like. He is especially abusive of the Lone Wanderer.
  • At your birthday party, Wally does not have a Pip-Boy 3000 despite being older than you (and thus required by Vault procedure to have one).
Mack Family
Vault 101
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This article uses material from the "Wally Mack" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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