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* The key to this house cannot be found in-game (in particular, not on Mister Burke, dead or alive). The only way to obtain it is by hacks or cheats using the [[Fallout 3 console commands|console commands]] or the [[G.E.C.K. (editor)|G.E.C.K.]].
 
* The key to this house cannot be found in-game (in particular, not on Mister Burke, dead or alive). The only way to obtain it is by hacks or cheats using the [[Fallout 3 console commands|console commands]] or the [[G.E.C.K. (editor)|G.E.C.K.]].
 
* Although the house is labeled with red text, indicating that entering it is trespassing, there is no [[Karma (Fallout 3)|Karma]] loss for entering it and/or stealing items inside considering Mr. Burke is evil anyway.
 
* Although the house is labeled with red text, indicating that entering it is trespassing, there is no [[Karma (Fallout 3)|Karma]] loss for entering it and/or stealing items inside considering Mr. Burke is evil anyway.
* Why Burke would have a house in a place he plans to destroy is quite odd. According to the residents of Megaton, you cannot purchase a house, making Burke's acquisition of one a mystery.
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* Why Burke would have a house in a place he plans to destroy is quite odd. According to the residents of Megaton, one cannot purchase a house, making Burke's acquisition of one a mystery.
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==

Revision as of 15:42, November 12, 2015

 
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Mister Burke's house is a small shack in Megaton owned by Mister Burke. It is located immediately adjacent to the bomb in the center of town. It is locked with a very hard lock.

Layout

Mister Burke's house is located on Megaton's lowest level, directly east of the Megaton atomic bomb and beneath Lucy West's house. Inside there is a pile of metal boxes with random loot between an armchair and a rusted dinner table by the north wall; by the south wall lies a derelict empty locker, rusted metal shelves, and an office corner desk. At the east end is a small bedroom.

Notes

  • Burke's house contains only a pre-War hat, a pair of tortiseshell glasses and a sawed-off shotgun.
  • Burke never actually goes to his house.
  • The key to this house cannot be found in-game (in particular, not on Mister Burke, dead or alive). The only way to obtain it is by hacks or cheats using the console commands or the G.E.C.K..
  • Although the house is labeled with red text, indicating that entering it is trespassing, there is no Karma loss for entering it and/or stealing items inside considering Mr. Burke is evil anyway.
  • Why Burke would have a house in a place he plans to destroy is quite odd. According to the residents of Megaton, one cannot purchase a house, making Burke's acquisition of one a mystery.

Appearance

Mister Burke's house appears only in Fallout 3.

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