She's eager for adventure, and has explored much of the wasteland already before the player meets her. If the player engages Veronica in conversation, she will express her desire to travel with you outright. Veronica is most likely the easiest companion to aquire due to the fact that there is absolutely no requirement for obtaining her. Veronica's weapons of choice are special companion weapons, meaning they will never break or run out of ammunition. Veronica's main weapon is a Brotherhood-issue Power Fist, which deals a significant amount of damage, yet puts her in higher danger due to the fact that it is an unarmed weapon, forcing her to get in the enemy's face to attack it.
Fallout New Vegas: Veronica Companion Guide
Veronica Santangelo in Fallout: New Vegas | LGBTQ Video Game Archive
Veronica is a member of the Brotherhood of Steel who can be found at the Trading Post. By speaking to her, players are able to recruit her and travel the Mojave Wasteland with her. During these travels, players are able to learn about Veronica and her past. Players are able to learn about her family, some personal information, and her past with the Brotherhood of Steel. There are also some interesting perks to keeping Veronica as a companion, leading her to be a valuable follower depending on the player's choices. It is interesting to see that this companion has a full name. While it does not add anything to gameplay, fans of Veronica would probably like learning a bit more about her.
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All eight permanent companions in Fallout: New Vegas. It is possible to have up to two legitimately acquired companions in the party one humanoid and one non-humanoid. All permanent companions have a unique quest line that can be followed in order to "upgrade" them, usually giving them new armor or new perks.