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Fallout: New Vegas

The tale of The Courier starts here.

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Honest Hearts

Will you lead the tribes of Zion to victory, or their flight from it?

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Old World Blues

How do you make a lobotomite? With SCIENCE!

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Lonesome Road

Is this the last road you'll ever walk?

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Fallout: New Vegas
Honest Hearts
Old World Blues
Lonesome Road


Fallout Wiki: Fallout: New Vegas portal
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Welcome to Nukapedia's portal dedicated to Fallout: New Vegas!

Fallout: New Vegas is a video role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks. While New Vegas is not a direct sequel, it is in the same style as Fallout 3, and has been developed by some of the developers of Fallout and Fallout 2. It is set in and around New Vegas, the Fallout-equivalent of Las Vegas.

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Vulpes Inculta
A remarkable individual from an unremarkable tribe in Utah, Vulpes Inculta was brought into Caesar's Legion as a child. Having survived training, he was made a legionary and fought well enough to be promoted to the rank of Decanus.

He was transferred by Caesar to the Frumentarii following a brilliant tactical maneuver, when in a battle against an unnamed tribe he broke ranks and led his squad through a hole in the enemy defenses, capturing the tribe's chieftain. While his centurion wanted him crucified for disobeying orders, Caesar saw potential in the young officer and found other uses for him.

By 2281, Vulpes is the leader of the Frumentarii and the mastermind behind many of the Legion's intrigues, notably the conquests of Nipton and Camp Searchlight
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