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Fo Midwest Commonwealth
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The Midwest Commonwealth

The Great Midwest Commonwealth or Midwest Commonwealth[1] was one of the thirteen commonwealths of the pre-War United States of America. Created in the early 21st century, it was comprised of the former states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.

Illinois Wasteland

It seems that the Illinois Wasteland was conquered by Brotherhood of Steel deserters known as the Midwestern Brotherhood, although the exact amount of territory that they own is unknown. They led a harsh rule on the state. An Enclave outpost is also said to be located in the boundaries of Chicago.

Known places

Illinois Wasteland

Wisconsin Wasteland

Appearances

Places in the Great Midwest Commonwealth appear in Fallout Tactics, and were mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas and Van Buren.

References

  1. Named Midwest Commonwealth in J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game.
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