So a few of my friends have asked me about settlements and their defense and supplies. So here are some tips:
- Number 1: If you have a high amount of something (like water), it will be attacked a lot more than settlements that don't, luckily I have 1003 water at Warwick so it is attacked a lot.
- Number 2: If the defense points on a settlement are 150+ the settlement will almost always win if attacked. Though, my sanctuary has 380+ defense points and it has still lost before.
- Number 3: When putting shipments into you workshop don't use the "store all junk button", manually do it for all of you shipments, otherwise you may lose the junk it has.
- Number 4: Try to keep generators out in the open if a settlement has defense points lower than 150, thi…
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The last update to Wild Appalachia is out. This one introduces folks to Arktos Pharma labs, where players are encouraged to work together to complete some objectives or something. Perhaps a change of pace from "go and kill other players cuz you're bored" as much of Fallout 76 seems to become. Go take a peek if you're one of them 76-playin' folks.
I seem to be renowned in my family for having tiny, high-detail printing. Some folks find it a curse, some find it a gift, other folks just don't see the point... probably because they can't see my writing...
How large do y'all tend to print?
Meanwhile, it's getting very toasty here. Summ…
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I don't really have that much to say this week, other than its getting too damn hot for my taste.
The Golden Gate Bridge in California was painted rust red to "harmonize" with its surrounding, but if the Navy had its way, it would have been painted hazard yellow with black stripes for high visibility for shipping lane purposes.
Be grateful the Navy didn't get to choose the color, because in the end, it'd be butt-ugly. Of course, not much stuff in the armed forces is aesthetically pleasing in the first place...
A new Fallout 4 mod attempts to bring Fallout 76 into FO4. Usually, older Fallout games get brought into newer ones - but since many folks don't see 76 as a great entry into the Fallout series, this mod is bringing the location of 76 ba…
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TechHub: Huawei Goodbye! - Trump calls off Huawei's deals with American companies. Trump also said that the Huawei trade off was a national threat. American companies that have traded their money to Huawei will not get refunded. Hm.
Let's Talk About The World!: France's Healthcare Is Top-Notch! - In 2000, the WHO or if you don't know what that is, it's the World Health Organization, rated France the best healthcare provider in all the world. U.S once tried to beat France to their game, with Obama making Obamacare, which helps people…
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Fallout news: New legendary trader added in Fallout 76. Purveyor Murmrgh is the name.
Meanwhile, here's some voting for Bleep's suggestions, if ya haven't seen 'em yet:
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The hot summer sky reminds me of India...even though I've never been out of the United States. I've seen pictures, and there's a "warm blue" to the sky. Understandable, since India is warm (if not hot) much of the year. So I am reminded of it, even though I've never been there.
In going with India (because I couldn't resist), in Delhi, the country's capital, 5 people get killed every day on its streets from accidents pertaining to some sort of motorized transport.
The New Vegas speedrun for sleeping with all potential partners in the game has been beaten, with a new time of 28:38 over the previous time of 29:56. Now this of course is a rather silly speedrun, but what makes this guy's run great isn't actually the time he beats - it's h…
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One question. What was Bethesda thinking when they made the dwellers of Vault 76 have Pip-boy 2000s? In Fallout 4, the main doctor has a Pip-boy 3000, both before your frozen and after. You then take it off his body. But this makes no since, because it isn't that the two vaults are in different parts of the country, both are on the East Coast. So why didn't the people of 76 have 3000s, or why did the doctor in 111 not have a 2000? Now don't get me wrong I love the look of the Pip-boy 2000, it is a lot better than the 3000, but Bethesda just contradicted themselves. Though, this could be answered with "Vault 76 was not as important as Vault 111 was, so we gave them the older one," said some lunatic. In my opinion both vaults are equally as …Read more >
You could say the wiki has gone downhill recently. I would say that is a gross understatement, but you could still say it. This place has become such a toxic environment that I have stepped down fully from my chat moderator status a few weeks ago. After staff members removed the aspect that I most strongly pointed out following that event, I returned to the chat to continue talking to those friends I once had. Less than a month afterwards, however, a far more constricting weed choked my roots and killed the flower. In less than 24 hours, I have seen two cases of frankly disgusting behavior from users of all stripes. Even admins join the train of senselessly insulting and talking down to users over extremely minor cases that, in my opinion, …Read more >