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Germany, was a country in Europe before the Great War.

Background

By 2060, as the European Commonwealth dissolved, the country fell into disarray, bickering and quarreling with its neighbors over the last few remaining resources on Earth.

Germany produced a number of energy weapons that were exported to the United States, and can still be found in the post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Mentions

Fallout and Fallout 2
Fallout 3
Fallout: New Vegas
Honest Hearts

The language of the Dead Horses tribe was created with parts of the German language.[Non-game 1]

Fallout 4

The companion Dogmeat is a German Shepard.

Nuka-World

The city of Düsseldorf is mentioned in Wixon's shovel museum.[5]

Fallout 76
  • German settlers came to the town of Helvetia in the 1800s, bringing with them the holiday of Fasnacht.[6] Various references to the country exist in the town, as well a painting with the phrase "home is where the heart is" written in German.[7][8]
Wild Appalachia
Fallout Tactics

The German car manufacturer Volkswagen is referenced.

Fallout Shelter

The dog breeds German Shepard and German Pointer are available as pets.

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

The German car manufacturer Volkswagen is referenced.

Companies

Appearances

Germany is referenced in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas and its add-on Honest Hearts, the Fallout 4, its add-on Nuka-World, as well as Fallout 76 and its Wild Appalachia update. It is also mentioned in Fallout Tactics, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel and Fallout Shelter.

Behind the scenes

The country would have been referenced in canceled games Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2, Van Buren, and Fallout Pen and Paper d20.

Gallery

References

  1. Fallout 2 item description: "{39400}{}{PPK12 Gauss Pistol} {39401}{}{Praised for its range and stopping power, the PPK12 Gauss Pistol is of German design. The pistol uses an electromagnetic field to propel rounds at tremendous speed and punch through almost any armor. Min ST: 4.}"
    (Fallout 2 item description)
  2. Fallout 2 item description: "{39200}{}{M72 Gauss Rifle}"
    "{39201}{}{The M72 rifle is of German design. It uses an electromagnetic field to propel rounds at tremendous speed... and pierce almost any obstacle. Its range, accuracy and stopping power is almost unparalleled. Min ST: 6.}"
    (PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout 2))
  3. Fallout 2 item description: "{39500}{}{Vindicator Minigun} {39501}{}{The German Rheinmetal AG company created the ultimate minigun. The Vindicator throws over 90,000 caseless shells per minute down its six carbon-polymer barrels. As the pinnacle of Teutonic engineering skill, it is the ultimate hand-held weapon. Min ST: 7.}"
    (PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout 2))
  4. Tranquility Lane terminal entries; Vault 112 Auxiliary Command terminal, Dr. Braun Entry: Tranquility Lane
  5. Plaque in Wixon's shovel museum: "Used by actor Keith McKinney in the film Dutch Diggers of Dusseldorf, this shovel was actually the stunt prop for the McKinney's shovel used in the more dangerous action sequences."
  6. Helvetia sign
  7. Happy Fasnacht!
  8. German books
  9. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries

Non-game

  1. Question: "Trate de preguntar en español? OK. ¿Qué idioma es el idioma de los Dead Horses basada en? La idioma de los Sorrows se basada en español, por supuesto. Pero no puedo entender qué idioma de los Dead Horses se basada en." (English translation: "Can I try to ask in Spanish? OK. What language is the language of the Dead Horses based on? The Sorrows' language is based on Spanish, of course. But I can't understand what language the Dead Horses is based on."
    Joshua Sawyer: "El idioma de los Dead Horses se basada en alemán, inglés, y navajo, pero la morfología del navajo es irreconocible." (English translation: "The Dead Horses language is based on German, English, and Navajo, but Navajo morphology is unrecognizable."
    Joshua Sawyer Spring.me
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