Background[edit | edit source]
A Sanitation and Maintenance Automechanical, SAM can be found on the Unreliable near the bunks where other companions live. The former Unreliable captain, Alex Hawthorne, found it in Emerald Vale's scrapheap during a job, bringing it aboard the ship with intent to modify it.
Logs on Hawthorne's terminal show that before his death, SAM was going to be fitted with an Acid steeper in order to make him combat-ready, but the part was lost in transit and sent to an old storage facility in Roseway.
Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
Related Quests[edit | edit source]
Space-Crime Continuum - When entering the Rizzo's lab facility, you will encounter a few mechanicals in the first room. They will prepare to attack, but if SAM is in your party, he will declare that he is here to clean the place and the mechanicals will stand down.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Decontaminate (SAM jumps in the air and slams down near his target sweeping out caustic cleaning fluids all around to get out those really tough stains)
Clean Sweep (-25% Harmful status effect duration)
Bonus Support Intimidate (+10 intimidate)
Bad Samaritan (+20% damage to automechanicals)
Cleaner (-20% Negative reputation per kill)
Notes[edit | edit source]
- SAM's name comes from the serial number on its chassis.
- SAM's mere presence triggers the Robophobia Flaw, so it is advisable to avoid that particular flaw if the Stranger plans to activate him. If the Stranger interacts with SAM when they have the Robophobia Flaw, they will have the option to scream at SAM.
References[edit | edit source]
- The Stranger: "Know anything about the automechanical gathering dust in the janitor's closet?"
ADA: "The unit is a cleaning SAM. Hawthorne brought it on board some cycles ago, I'm sure with the intent to modify it. But I've never seen it up and running. Alex likely recorded progress notes detailing his efforts to modify SAM. If you check the terminal in your captain's quarters, we may be able to determine what work remains in order for the SAM to properly operate."
- SAM: "[There's no response from the automechanical unit. A serial number etched into its chassis includes the letters "SAM."]"