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General Fallout 4 Companion Tips and Tricks
I think we all can agree that we've spent an awful long time in the world of Fallout 4. The radio keeps you entertained for a little while, but even with the ever so awkward Diamond City host in your ears, you want a companion. Not only for the company, an extra gun is always handy, and your companions usually have a skill, such as lockpicking or hacking. This can be used to cover some of your own weaknesses and not leave any container unchecked.
Cait Guide - Fallout 4 Companion
Companions in Fallout 4 can make the life of the player much easier and bring a number of benefits to the table. Some companions are better suited for fighting, some are great for stealthy activities, and some bring a little color to the game. It could be argued that Cait, the Irish pit fighter, is one of the more interesting characters in the game while still retaining quite a bit of usefulness. Fallout 4 is all about the loot, whether its finding better weapons, power cores, ammo, or stimpacks you will be wanting every valuable item you can get your hands on. As a result, you will frequently come across areas and storage containers locked tight to keep thieves like you from getting their hands on the valuables inside. Cait shines as a companion for her excellent skills in locksmithing that allow her to open practically anything you find. At 18 her parents sold her into slavery where she struggled desperately to save up enough bottlecaps to buy her freedom. After escaping slavery, she went back and exacted her revenge on her horrible parents. This nightmare of an existence has given Cait some warped views on life and what pleases her. Cait likes the rough life and that causes problems for players trying to make life better in the wasteland.
I just find it fun to have her around. The Irish accent, the way she reacts on things. I find it all funny and comforting. Also, Cait likes to use close-ranged guns, which favors my playthrough.