- Over 300 lines of fully voice acted/lip synched unique dialogue- Unique Tattooed Body Type (ALICE T3)- 3 Marked Quests leading Delilah along the path of becoming a Mojave doctor- And unmarked quest included just for fun (but not without it's rewards!
)- 3 new perks Delilah gives you over the course of your travels- 4 unique new Aid items taught to Delilah by her "Uncle" Sulik [craftable through dialogue]- Learns ACTUAL DOCTOR ABILITIES as your companion!! Dimon99 for Type3 Body Micalov for Wasteland Freelancer Clothing Laz Monk for his Tribal Tatoos .psdllama RCA and drag6525 for the Willow & Marcus companions respectively (which I dissected to learn how to do this)Cheron Apollyon for the neck chain, turquoise necklace icon, book textures and icons that go with them Kaw for the body jewelry Mak07 for the turquoise necklace, bag, and leg gaurds Mikoto's Beauty Pack for the Hair and Eyes [Beauty Pack not required]My wife Miriam, not only for her diligent voice acting, but for the long hours she spent alone in bed as I worked on this.
Independent of Waters, he also appeared in a number of other films, such as Lust in the Dust (1985) and Trouble in Mind (1985), seeking to diversify his repertoire by playing male roles.She believed there must be an independent Jewish state and a British-governed Palestine, to which she emigrated in 1921. She trampled on his aspirations and neglected their two children.She was also sexually promiscuous, acquiring the nickname 'The Mattress', and was accused of sleeping her way to power.Born in Baltimore, Maryland to a conservative middle-class family, Milstead developed an early interest in drag while working as a women's hairdresser.
By the mid-1960s he had embraced the city's countercultural scene and befriended Waters, who gave him the name "Divine" and the tagline of "the most beautiful woman in the world, almost." Along with his friend David Lochary, Divine joined Waters' acting troupe, the Dreamlanders, and adopted female roles for their experimental short films Roman Candles (1966), Eat Your Makeup (1968), and The Diane Linkletter Story (1969).
This excellent biography describes how she started life in 1898 in a poverty-stricken family of Russian Jews who emigrated to the United States. Her mother, however, told her: 'You could be a very good housekeeper.