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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a [[Fallout: New Vegas factions|faction]] in the [[Mojave Wasteland]] in [[Timeline#2281|2281]].
 
The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a [[Fallout: New Vegas factions|faction]] in the [[Mojave Wasteland]] in [[Timeline#2281|2281]].
   
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[[Black Mountain]], the dominant feature of the area, was unoccupied for over a century after the war. The victim of a direct strike, most of Black Mountain's radar arrays were knocked out immediately. Even though valuable materials were in the buildings that surrounded the arrays, the area was so irradiated that no one survived in it for more than an hour or so. After the fall of [[Master|the Master]], many of the [[Mariposa super mutant|first generation Super Mutants]] headed east. In Black Mountain, many were able to find a place to set up camp where they could avoid most of the rest of the world. It took a long time for the Super Mutants to settle in and repair the equipment in the array, but they were finally able to enlist the help of some [[Ghoul]]s to make the array operational.
 
[[Black Mountain]], the dominant feature of the area, was unoccupied for over a century after the war. The victim of a direct strike, most of Black Mountain's radar arrays were knocked out immediately. Even though valuable materials were in the buildings that surrounded the arrays, the area was so irradiated that no one survived in it for more than an hour or so. After the fall of [[Master|the Master]], many of the [[Mariposa super mutant|first generation Super Mutants]] headed east. In Black Mountain, many were able to find a place to set up camp where they could avoid most of the rest of the world. It took a long time for the Super Mutants to settle in and repair the equipment in the array, but they were finally able to enlist the help of some [[Ghoul]]s to make the array operational.
   
Over time, [[Nightkin]] - more psychotic and temperamental Super Mutants thanks to their predisposition and eventual addiction to Stealth technology - and the more thuggish second generation Super Mutants trickled into Black Mountain, which eventually caused problems. The de-facto leader of the community was [[Marcus]], from [[Broken Hills]]. Unfortunately, the influx of less-stable super mutants proved more than he could handle. Eventually, he was pushed out of the group at Black Mountain. He left with a small group of (mostly first generation) super mutants, ghouls, and friendly humans to found [[Jacobstown]]. This left the Nightkin and second generation super mutants to fend for themselves. Within weeks, a [[Wikipedia:Paranoid schizophrenia|paranoid schizophrenic]] NIghtkin named [[Tabitha]] (and [[Rhonda]]) progressively turned the satellite array into a fortress against any and all outsiders. She hallucinates regularly, and has convinced the other mutants (especially the idiotic second-gen ones) that only she can see the threats against them, due to her "magic eyes" (actually a pair of oversized child sunglasses which - of course - she won't let anyone else touch).
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Over time, [[Nightkin]] - more psychotic and temperamental Super Mutants thanks to their predisposition and eventual addiction to Stealth technology - and the more thuggish second generation Super Mutants trickled into Black Mountain, which eventually caused problems. The de-facto leader of the community was [[Marcus]], from [[Broken Hills]].
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Tabitha founded the State of Utobitha in 2279. It was formed to take over the settlement started by [[Marcus]] on Black Mountain. Unfortunately, the influx of less-stable super mutants proved more than he could handle. Eventually, he was pushed out of the group at Black Mountain. He left with a small group of (mostly first generation) super mutants, ghouls, and friendly humans to found [[Jacobstown]]. This left the Nightkin and second generation super mutants to fend for themselves. Within weeks, a [[Wikipedia:Paranoid schizophrenia|paranoid schizophrenic]] NIghtkin named [[Tabitha]] (and [[Rhonda]]) progressively turned the satellite array into a fortress against any and all outsiders. She hallucinates regularly, and has convinced the other mutants (especially the idiotic second-gen ones) that only she can see the threats against them, due to her "magic eyes" (actually a pair of oversized child sunglasses which - of course - she won't let anyone else touch).
   
 
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The {{PAGENAME}} serves as one of the many enemies of the [[Courier]]. The player will first be introduced to it by Tabitha's radio broadcasts, which are described by Mr. New Vegas as being "less for outcasts, more for weirdos", referring to their ineffective (though humorous) pro-nightkin propaganda. When and if they come to Black Mountain, they will be given the quest [[Crazy, Crazy, Crazy]], where they will have to deal with Utobitha directly. Usually this comes down to fighting through a dozen or so super mutants and killing Tabitha as the "boss" of the quest, but as usual per the ''Fallout'' series, there is an alternate, peaceful solution:
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If you go into the storage bunker and examine the "Broken Mr. Handy" (Rhonda), he/she can be repaired with a [[Science]] skill of 60, at which point Tabitha will appear outside and leave with Rhonda.
   
 
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The State of Utobitha is a faction in the Mojave Wasteland in 2281.

History

Black Mountain, the dominant feature of the area, was unoccupied for over a century after the war. The victim of a direct strike, most of Black Mountain's radar arrays were knocked out immediately. Even though valuable materials were in the buildings that surrounded the arrays, the area was so irradiated that no one survived in it for more than an hour or so. After the fall of the Master, many of the first generation Super Mutants headed east. In Black Mountain, many were able to find a place to set up camp where they could avoid most of the rest of the world. It took a long time for the Super Mutants to settle in and repair the equipment in the array, but they were finally able to enlist the help of some Ghouls to make the array operational.

Over time, Nightkin - more psychotic and temperamental Super Mutants thanks to their predisposition and eventual addiction to Stealth technology - and the more thuggish second generation Super Mutants trickled into Black Mountain, which eventually caused problems. The de-facto leader of the community was Marcus, from Broken Hills.

Tabitha founded the State of Utobitha in 2279. It was formed to take over the settlement started by Marcus on Black Mountain. Unfortunately, the influx of less-stable super mutants proved more than he could handle. Eventually, he was pushed out of the group at Black Mountain. He left with a small group of (mostly first generation) super mutants, ghouls, and friendly humans to found Jacobstown. This left the Nightkin and second generation super mutants to fend for themselves. Within weeks, a paranoid schizophrenic NIghtkin named Tabitha (and Rhonda) progressively turned the satellite array into a fortress against any and all outsiders. She hallucinates regularly, and has convinced the other mutants (especially the idiotic second-gen ones) that only she can see the threats against them, due to her "magic eyes" (actually a pair of oversized child sunglasses which - of course - she won't let anyone else touch).

Endings

  • If Tabitha dies, though some Super Mutants and Nightkin continue to journey to the legendary Utobitha, they find little trace of its existence. Some eventually find their way to Jacobstown, but many wander off into the wastes, confused and disheartened.
  • If Tabitha and Rhonda go east, through Caesar's land, occasionally tales of their exploits find their way back west, though few believe them. Eventually the stories concerning the duo are collected and published, and prove to be quite popular with children.
  • If Black Mountain Radio continues to broadcast its peculiar form of propaganda, Raul Tejada faces his execution each day, though pardoned in the end, and travelers venturing too near Black Mountain continue to be harassed by Tabitha's followers.
  • If Raul escapes, Tabitha is enraged, and takes the remaining Nightkin of Black Mountain with her and vanishes without a trace. Travelers in the region soon learn to avoid the roads at night, as caravans are repeatedly attacked by unseen assailants.

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Interactions with the player character

The State of Utobitha serves as one of the many enemies of the Courier. The player will first be introduced to it by Tabitha's radio broadcasts, which are described by Mr. New Vegas as being "less for outcasts, more for weirdos", referring to their ineffective (though humorous) pro-nightkin propaganda. When and if they come to Black Mountain, they will be given the quest Crazy, Crazy, Crazy, where they will have to deal with Utobitha directly. Usually this comes down to fighting through a dozen or so super mutants and killing Tabitha as the "boss" of the quest, but as usual per the Fallout series, there is an alternate, peaceful solution:

If you go into the storage bunker and examine the "Broken Mr. Handy" (Rhonda), he/she can be repaired with a Science skill of 60, at which point Tabitha will appear outside and leave with Rhonda.

Notes

Appearances

The State of Utobitha appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

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