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Mama Murphy is a fictional character of the Fallout series of video games, who can be found in Goodsprings Source.
She is a wise old woman who has seen every kind of goings-on good and bad. She has witnessed her fair share of wasteland life, and she knows many stories.
Most of her stories are fairly simple to understand or follow, but there are some that she tells that are not so easy to comprehend, so I will try my best to explain what you should take away from it.
The first problem is the name. Mama Murphy’s actual name is unknown, except the fact that she is nearly 500 years old (credit to Tehkillsim for this information).
Her son Steve Murphy (or probably Steven if you ask literally) was the one who nicknamed his mother Mama Murphy.
This makes it hard for someone to search up, as they will assume that she is actually called Mama Murphy. Or if you want to really go deep into her story, the only way to know is from the book, Science of Survival which is a reference book from Fallout 2.
In this article, I will try to explain as clearly as I can what it means that she was watching “every kind of goings-on good and bad”.
The first idea that enters your mind when reading this is going to be, well she was watching the goings-on in a town full of bandits.
That would not have been very pleasant for her. However, whether or not she was ever in Goodsprings, it would make sense as the place where she seems most at home.
What kind of chair does Mama Murphy want ?
(a) an armchair
(b) a rocking chair
(c) a folding chair
(d) a wooden stool
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Where does this story take place?
What settings are important to this story? How would you describe them?
Mama Murphy tells stories about her son Steve to the Courier, but Steve is never mentioned by name.
This could be because he was killed in one of the many things that she describes.
So it is possible that Steve was caught in some kind of event, and died there. Or he was killed by Mama Murphy herself for doing something bad.
What do you think about the narrator Steve?
Mama Murphy’s stories can reflect a lot on herself, as well as her son Steve. In the first story that she tells, “The Boulder City Showdown” ,the moral is that you can’t always go around killing people even though it seems justified. In “The Tale of Jack Rabbit”, the moral is to take responsibility for your actions, even if they were accidental. In the third story “The Tale of the Sunblots”, the moral is that you shouldn’t be greedy. All of these morals are derived from what her son Steve had done.
Why does she care for her son?
Mama Murphy seems to care for her son, but not in a ‘motherly’ way.
You see, she cares about him, because of all the mistakes he made, which include killing people and being greedy.
I think this shows how much she cares about him even though she was mad at him for doing things like this, she still cared enough to tell them to someone else.
How does she tell the stories?
Mama Murphy tells the stories to the Courier as if they were just friends. She doesn’t seem afraid that the courier is going to do something about it.
However, she does start to stutter and hesitate as she gets closer to what could be considered a spoiler for her son’s story.
This shows that although she doesn’t not want anyone to know what happened, she knows that somehow someone will find out and she won’t be able to stop them.
Who gets to tell the story?
Mama Murphy tells the stories herself, and is very confident in them. She seems to be telling them because they make her feel better.
How does she know these kinds of stories?
Mama Murphy seems to know a lot about what has happened or people have done in the past. You can tell from her speech that she knows a lot about what goes on in Goodsprings, and from the fact that she knows all of these stories from being there for so long, you can guess that no one has really bothered telling them before.
How does she feel after telling the story?
Mama Murphy seems to be at peace after telling a story. She doesn’t seem angry or upset about anything that happened, and sometimes seems to be happy about it.
This could show that she feels satisfied at the end of the story and is not upset at all by it. Or she could just be happy with having made someone feel better.
She always looks at the Courier as if they were listening to her, and as if they were seeing her happier face than before.