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This page lists all locations in Fallout Extreme, a canceled Fallout action game.
  • The content is not described in full detail on this page. For details, please see the respective articles.
  • For locations in other Fallout games, please see "Location."
  • For an overview of Fallout Extreme content, please refer to "Fallout Extreme."
 
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Abandoned oil refineriesEdit

These are a few of the many oil refineries dotted across the globe, long made useless with the consumption of all the world's oil. Little is known about the location, except that it would have played a role in the game's third chapter.

Abandoned USAF nuclear silosEdit

These are a few of the many nuclear missile silos dotted across the remains of the United States of America, emptied of their payloads during the Great War. Little is known about this location, except that it would have played a role in the game's second chapter.

Alaskan PipelineEdit

The Trans-Alaskan Pipeline was an important oil pipeline cutting through Alaska down into the continental United States.

Main article: Alaskan Pipeline

Aleutian research stationEdit

Not much is known about the Aleutian research station, other than its location in the Bering Strait region.

Army of the Golden Tiger encampmentEdit

Not much is know about this location, other than the fact that it is one of the biggest settlements under control of the Army of the Golden Tiger in China.

Bering StraitEdit

The Bering Strait is where chapter 2 of Fallout Extreme's story was to take place. Areas in this region include Libertyville, BNAFOB, satellite relay station Tango-Echo, Alaskan Pipeline, Aleutian research station, Port Liberty, and the Last Ranger station.

Main article: Bering Strait

Brotherhood North American Forward Operations BaseEdit

Little is known about this location, except that it was located in the Bering Strait, and was destroyed by The Cause.

Brotherhood re-education campsEdit

Little is known about this location, except that it was located somewhere in the Bering Strait region. It is likely this is where the Brotherhood of Steel would take their prisoners for reconditioning after transporting them through the Alaskan Pipeline. The camps would eventually be destroyed by The Cause.

Capitol HillEdit

Little is known about this location, except that it was to appear in Fallout Extreme.

Emperor's GardensEdit

Little is known about this location, except that it would have played a role in the game's final chapter.

Main article: Emperor's Gardens

Forbidden CityEdit

The Forbidden City is a palace in China. The player character was to go there to kill the Chinese Emperor and deactivate the Doom's Day Missile.

Main article: Forbidden City

Fort WilliametteEdit

The Cause was to destroy this Brotherhood of Steel base in their swing up through the continental U.S. and into Alaska.

Main article: Fort Williamette

The Great ConvocationEdit

This is the main camp of the Inuits. Little is known about the location, except that it would have played a role in the game's second chapter.

Main article: The Great Convocation

The Herd landsEdit

This would have been the source of the Horde of Huns, a large raider tribe. The Cause would have had to fight their way through in order to advance into China.

Main article: The Herd lands

Kodiak baseEdit

Not much is known about this location, except that it plays a part in the plot of Fallout Extreme's first chapter. The location likely would have been taken over by The Cause.

Main article: Kodiak base

Last Ranger stationEdit

Not much is known about the last Ranger station other than its location in the Bering Strait region.

Main article: Last Ranger station

LibertyvilleEdit

Libertyville is a shanty-town in the Bering Strait region.
Main article: Libertyville

Little Red CafeEdit

Not much is know about this Chinese eatery, other than the fact that it is under the control of the Army of the Golden Tiger.

Main article: Little Red Cafe

Montauk preserveEdit

Not much is known about this location, except that it plays a part in the plot of Fallout Extreme's first chapter, and belongs to the Montauk.

Main article: Montauk preserve

Mount HoodEdit

Not much is known about this location, except that several settlements are located around the mountain. These would have been the origin of The Cause.

Main article: Mount Hood

Mount St. HelensEdit

Not much is known about the mountain, except that Vault 6 was located beneath it. A Brotherhood of Steel experimentation lab had been set up here as well.

Main article: Mount St. Helens

The People's Nuclear Missile Silos 27 and 31Edit

These are two of the many nuclear missile silos dotted across the remains of the China, emptied of their payloads during the Great War. Little is known about this location, except that it would have played a role in the game's final chapter. It is possible that one would have been the launch site of the Doom's Day Missile.

Port LibertyEdit

Port Liberty is a sea port in the Bering Strait region in Fallout Extreme.

Main article: Port Liberty

Re-education ColonyEdit

The name implies this to be some form of indoctrination center, most likely operated by the Brotherhood of Steel. Little is known about the location, except that it would have played a role in the game's third chapter.

Main article: Re-education Colony

Russian steppes villagesEdit

Little is known about the location, except that it would have played a role in the game's third chapter.

Satellite relay station Tango-EchoEdit

Not much is know about the satellite relay station, other than its location in the Bering Strait region.

SeattleEdit

Seattle was a pre-War city in the state of Washington in the Northwest Commonwealth. One of its major landmarks is the Space Needle, which seems to have survived the War. Unlike New California or the Capital Wasteland, Seattle is, at least in the winter, covered in snow. Seattle appeared in a piece of concept art where the Space Needle is clearly visible. It is not known whether it was intended to actually appear in-game.

Main article: Seattle

Seattle UndergroundEdit

Little is known about this location, though the name implies it is some form of Seattle pre-War subway or sewer system.

Main article: Seattle Underground

The SoundEdit

Little is known about this location, except that it was to appear in Fallout Extreme.

Main article: The Sound

Troll WarrenEdit

Little is known about this super mutant city, except that it would eventually be taken over by The Cause.

Main article: Troll Warren

Vault 6Edit

This vault's experiment was that it allowed small doses of radiation to be released into the vault once a day. This resulted in the population turning into an aggressive pack of extremely irradiated feral ghouls.

Main article: Vault 6
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