Whatever you heard? It's all true.

Felix Millstone is a possible companion for the player character. He is a young box carrier living on Groundbreaker, known for causing trouble. He is able to add to the persuade score for speech checks, as well as adding to the player character's lockpick and persuade skills.

Background[edit | edit source]

Felix is a rebel without a cause. According to some companions,[Citation needed] he would also be a rebel without a clue. He’s a young, impetuous, brash kid and fan of tossball who really loves fighting 'the man.' He doesn’t have a stable political philosophy beyond 'smash the system,' and he tends to get in trouble everywhere he goes.

When the player character finds him, Felix has got himself into an altercation with his foreman, which may have involved his foreman making fun of his favorite tossball team – and that’s just not acceptable. Despite his problem with authority, Felix will latch onto the player character very quickly.[Check Relevance] At one point, he got caught lifting some "spare parts" from the Groundbreaker.[1]

When asked about his family by Parvati, he reveals he is an orphan. Though he admits it was lonely, he sees not having a family as a positive, as he isn't fond of being pinned down.

Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]

The player first encounters Felix in the docking bay of Groundbreaker. After a brief discussion, they part ways. A short while later though, when the player returns to their ship, Felix is standing nearby, admiring it, and offers his services as a companion.

Interactions with other crew members[edit | edit source]

Nyoka praises his fighting abilities, but "looks the other way when he starts talking anti-corporate". [2] Felix considers himself and Nyoka experts on Monarch's fauna, although all he knows about the planet mostly comes from serials.

Related quests[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Junlei Tennyson: (to Felix) "Just try not to steal any critical parts from my ship."
    Felix: "It's possible I got caught lifting some spare parts a couple years back. But it was only just that one time. Honest."
  2. Nyoka (to Clyde Harlow): "He kicks things what need kicking, and we look the other way when he starts talking anti-corporate. It's a good arrangement."
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