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  • NomadicNom

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

    Polls here. Leea had a bit more focus on Christmas last week, so I'll focus a bit more on New Year's this time around.

    Last poll of the 2010s... it's been a weird decade, hasn't it? Started out alright, then turned into whatever this overpoliticized train wreck has become. Maybe folks will screw their heads on a little straighter in the 2020s.

    Here's a bright idea, folks: shut up and quit telling us how to live our lives.


    On the plus side, though, we got some good tech out of the decade.

    And now that that's outta the way, have a Happy New Year / Decade, everyone!

    Fallout News Stuffs:

    Leea's got the Fallout news for this week.

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  • Leea

    Soon, I'm going to have to get used to writing (and saying) 2020 instead of 2019. It always seems like as I get older, the years pass by quicker and quicker.


    White chocolate is actually not true chocolate (it has no cocoa powder in it at all) but rather the butter from the beans mixed with sugar, soy (or sunflower) lechitin, and milk fat. It is therefore categorized as chocolate, but truly it isn't.


    A Fallout 76 hack showed up a few days ago, unfortunately in time for the holidays; those using the hack were able to steal other players' active inventories as long as they were within render distance. It's currently unknown exactly how many players were affected - Bethesda claimed "a few," while one hacker's video shows him singlehandedly remov…



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  • NomadicNom

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

    Have a Merry Christmas, folks! I'll likely do more Christmas stuff next week, along with New Year's.

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    No Fallout news this week.

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  • Leea

    Its time again for the Craptacular Christmas Edition of the polls! Yay!


    THAT'S ALL THIS WEEK! IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ME, LEAVE THEM ON MY TALK PAGE!

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  • Extrinitus
    Welcome back from the recently-awakened from it's hibernation, it's The News After The Nuke. Without any hesistation, let's get right in to the NUKE!



    While surfing through the vast interwebs, i found a Skyrim expansion thing. It expands Skyrim to every region in the game and that's pretty hard to do, i guess. And the thing is; it's being developed by volunteers; not paid workers. And that's impressive, actually. But one thing that seems really mysterious is that the textures and stuff are gonna be custom; and that's pretty epic but volunteers. Well, they are pretty loyal volunteers.



    Into the Really Buggy Nuke: Update 16 - Fallout 76's new update, Update 16, has only been out for 3 days and players have already found a major flaw. Reloading yo…





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  • NomadicNom

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

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    Fallout 76 Free Weekend is here again, running from now until the 16th. In addition to the free trial during that period, the game can be found at 50% off on select platforms. Double XP will also run throughout the weekend.

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  • Leea

    Sometimes I think a computer cheats in a game. Don't you think? Sometimes it seems to have all the tricks up its digital sleeve, or at least more than you can. Sometimes it seems like you have to use cheat codes or God Mode in order to get a leg up. Have you ever thought this?


    There was an old superstition that to stop bleeding after childbirth (in the old days), you would burn chicken feathers under the birthing bed. Somehow they thought this would stop bleeding.

    What the hell would that do, other than stink up the place? I know what burning feathers smells like; it smells like burning hair (don't ask how I know). It would only make everyone's eyes water.


    René Auberjonois, best known for playing Odo on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and Father M…



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  • NomadicNom

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

    Fallout News Stuffs:

    No Fallout news for this week.

    This Week's Polls

    Apologies if the polls seem a bit rushed/late today. Thanks for the poll responses as always.

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  • Leea

    I read in a book that when a guy gives you something (as a gift), a girl is supposed to act like a tween at a Justin Bieber concert (my words, not the book's): jumping up and down, big wide eyes and gasping and screaming. Like a "little girl would act" (the words the book used). Not that I've ever gotten any gifts from a guy I knew (refer to last week's poll), but that wouldn't be my reaction. It would end up being a sincere "thanks" or "thank you" and a definite tone in my voice that I appreciated the thought. So, I ask you men in the audience (and any girls that may be there, too), what reaction would you prefer?


    I typed out a while ago all the things that your average lady wears (makeup-wise). I do not wear makeup, so what people see, is…


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  • Dlotti77

    Bugs bugs bugs

    December 3, 2019 by Dlotti77
    Generally speaking as I told a lot of time Fallout is very buggy game. I never noticed lot of troubles with F3 or NV but with F4 you play more, you have a lot of same places (all your settlements) to return so you have live with bugs. And even Nexus mod or Fallout new update I downloaded for 750 Mb 2 days ago changed nothing. Anyway sometimes the bugs effect to your enemies so they are freezed, stucked, blocked with doors or rocks with the half of the body. And sometimes I use these bugs to kill hard and legendary enemies. Probably could return back or come close for the fair fighting but probably this fighting could be the last one... So I'm cheating too to kill these enemies down. Next point of cheating in Fallout is to jump between rock… Read more >
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