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  • Leea

    My phone line was out for a few days (no dial-up internet, then), but it came back at about 7 last night, so here i am with a late edition. I have had power the whole time, thankfully. It never went out, thank God.

    I forgot how much I hated Delphine in Skyrim. Man, I hate that bitch. She claims to be here to "serve you" because you're Dragonborn, but what she really does is boss you around for her own benefit. Go here, do this, you're going to do this for me, I demand you to do that for me. God, I wish there had been a way to kill her (in console versions) or to tell her off, because that bitch has it coming. Thankfully, she'd not involved in every.last.quest. but she's involved in too many. How Bethesda thought you'd like to be involved with…

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  • Kdarrow


    I hope you all have a spooky post-Great War week and eat lots of Fancy Lads Snack Cakes and play lots of practical jokes on Legion soldiers!



    Happy trails!

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  • Richie9999
    Howdy folks, how's tricks?

    On today's Listening with The Law we have an eerie spoken word piece from Tom Waits, in honor of this time of the year here's "What's He Building" off of his 1999 album Mule Variations.


    We have a right to know. Listen and Enjoy.
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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    Leea's power and internet have been having issues due to Hurricane Zeta, so it's possible that the Other Polls might take a bit to show up.


    This Week in History
    October 29, 2077 - Roger Maxson first contacts Elizabeth Taggerdy.

    This Week's Polls

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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    Friday actually lands on October 23 this year! Happy Great War, everyone!

    Fallout News Stuffs
    Fallout 76 is free for the week (through October 26) for the Bombs Drop Sale. The free trial week of 76 includes a free trial of Fallout 1st, and as is usual for this time of year, virtually all Fallout titles are on sale on Steam for the week too. Fallout 76 itself is discounted by 60% ($16 USD currently).

    Fallout Community News

    Haven't had a mod display in a while. So, here's some fresh pics provided by Fallout 4: New Vegas.

    Half of the pics, anyway.


    On the left we've got Goodsprings as it looked in 2017, when the map's terrain was just getting built out.
    On the right is the …





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  • Leea

    I defeated Lord Harkon last night. Arch-Curate Vyrthur was far easier than him, with me only using a couple potions of "Plentiful Healing" to deal with him. Harkon was a pain in the ass, even with Auriel's Bow. He used Mist and Bat forms constantly, used some red ball projectile in addition to Vampiric Drain to constantly heal himself, and summoned more minions than Serana could deal with on her own. He teleported around, ran too fast and arrows dinked off the scenery uselessly as I aimed for him (when normally I'm a great shot, even on non-archery-based characters) and infected me five times with the vampire disease (which stunts your health by 25 points) as he continued to drain my health. It took a good chunk of my potion collection (a g…

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  • Richie9999
    Howdy folks, how's tricks?


    On today's Listening with The Law we have "Here We Go Again" by Ray Charles featuring Nora Jones off of Ray's final 2004 album Genius Loves Company.


    We all have that special someone we'll play our part again for, one more time. Listen and Enjoy.

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  • SublimeStudios

    Hey guys I'm not that active here but I'm thinking of doing some Fallout franchise inspired pixel art. I will be using pixilart for this for those who may ask. But... I wanted to ask the community what I should draw. May it be Power Armour or redrawing game covers I'd like to here from you guys. Comment below what I should do.

    -SublimeStudios.

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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    Fallout News Stuffs
    This Week in History
    October 10-21, 2077 - Soldiers stationed at Mariposa Military Base realize that human testing has been going on at the base. Captain Roger Maxson interrogates and kills chief researcher Robert Anderson, making Maxson the leader of a rebellion. The other scientists are also interrogated and killed, and Maxson eventually declares his unit to be in secession of the United States. When no response from the government comes, Maxson suspects something big is coming, and orders his soldiers' families to take shelter inside the facility.

    This Week's Polls

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  • Old Man Leon

    News around the wiki:


    • Conclusion - Banning the use of warning templates: Looks like the vote has passed, and we'll be pushing through a new guideline to help make these templates more friendly and informative.
    • Rule regarding DLC icon links: EH6607 has asked a question regarding when and where to place DLC icon links while editing our articles. Some interesting discussion has come from this, so why not have a say as well?
    • Discussion - Adopting a vote-based process for permanent bans: Kdarrow is looking to change the way we handle permanent bans. What are your thoughts on this? Do you think we could use more transparency, more leniency, or are you fine with the way things are now? Make sure to leave your thoughts on the forum before it moves onto…

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