The Golden Gate is a location in San Francisco. A pre-War sect, the Hubologists, built their headquarters into the foundation of the southern end of the gate. They were unsuccessful in maintaining the bridge, due to their technological ineptitude.

Layout[edit | edit source]

The area is very simple in terms of its layout. The space shuttle cannot be entered, and the only exits lie within the exit grid leading back into the Shi-town and the spiral stairs leading into the Hubologist compound.

Dave Handy, the resident tech expert, stands watch just next to the space shuttle.

The Hubologist compound[edit | edit source]

Built into the concrete foundation is the Hubologist compound. The original purpose of the facility is not known, but judging by the arrangement of the corridors and substantial protection (entrance is prevented by forcefields) it was likely some kind of reinforced shelter. In 2241, it's the headquarters of the Hubologists.

It has all the necessary facilities for a cult: quarters for the guards, large dormitory and meditation room for rank-and-file members, the AHS-9's office and quarters, mess hall and lavatories, workshops and a mainframe.

The Hubologists need some things to be done:

Appearances[edit | edit source]

The Golden Gate appears in Fallout 2. It also appears on the Atomic Command game in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 and in the memories of Kellogg during the quest Dangerous Minds.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

In real life, the Golden Gate strait in California connects San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean. The iconic suspension bridge of the same name spans the strait.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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