Old Man Leon Old Man Leon 2 minutes ago

A special celebration - Kdarrow's 100k!

It's been a very long time since we've been able to mark such a monumental achievement, the last one being back in 2012, but here we are, celebrating another 100,000 edit milestone by one of our very own users!

For those of you living under a rock, Kdarrow is one of our newest administrators, and has really been leaving a powerful mark here at Nukapedia and its community. Whether it's her love for being a mentor to our new users, editing our Fallout 76 articles, or helping clarify upon our lore/canon articles, there's no doubt you'll eventually bump into her as she edits on a daily basis.

Want to congratulate Kate or talk shop with her? Feel free to comment below, or better yet, join us in the Discord and help us celebrate! Thank you for everything you've done for the wiki though Kate, and I believe I speak for all of us when I say that you'll be a shining example for future generations of Nukapedians.

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Kdarrow Kdarrow 58 minutes ago

Happy 100,000 edits!

This is my 100,000th edit, so pull up a stool and listen to ol’ Kate jaw a while. I am writing this blog to mark the occasion, following in the footsteps of Jspoelstra, the only other editor to have done it on Nukapedia to date. I thought it would be fitting to maybe start a fun trend for future editors who make a break for the summit.

My mind is going a mile a minute with excitement but when I calm down for one second, I can say that above all else, I am really proud of Nukapedia. I have had such a fulfilling time here thus far. I started a little over a year ago, while I was working on my own Fallout: New Vegas location project. I enjoyed editing and decided to stick around for a bit.

What made the difference was the incredible community I found myself a part of, from the folks in Discussions to fellow editors, dataminers, modders. I love each and every part. I adore being able to teach new editors, support them, and watch them flourish on their own. When my former mentees receive user…

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Kdarrow Kdarrow 2 days ago

Craig Boone cosplay in Baker, California

Novac has a few inspirations imo, Shan-Gri-La Prehistoric Park in Henderson, Claude Bell’s dinos in Cabazon, California, and the World's Tallest Thermometer (shown here) in Baker, California. In real life, the intersection of Powerline Road and unnamed road (I call it Nevada State Route 164.5) where Novac would be has nothing but shrubs. Pretty drive, though.

The Fallout: New Vegas game guide describes Novac as having the 2nd tallest thermometer, which is funny. The dino in Cabazon (the brontosaurus at least) is named Dinney (pronounced din-nee) but when I tried to head that way, wildfires made it so I couldn't get close enough. Maybe I will try again later on.

Until then, enjoy my Boone cosplay in Baker, with the most serious face I could make, having the literal and figurative blood of the Great Khans on my hands.

You can check out waaayy too many details I wrote about it here (my FNV locations project at couriersix.com if you don't wanna click links).

Hope you like it! Happy trails.

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