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|map marker ='''Smith Mesa Prospector Camp'''
 
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|creatures =[[Dog (Fallout: New Vegas)#Dog|Prospector's dog]]<br />[[Gecko (Fallout: New Vegas)#Fire gecko|Fire geckos]]<br />[[Lakelurk]]s
 
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==Layout==
 
==Layout==
The camp is a makeshift bunker in a small cave. A prospector's dog seems to live there; his master's location and fate are unknown. In the surrounding area, there a few [[fire gecko]]s nearby and numerous [[lakelurk]]s to the east.
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The camp is a makeshift bunker in a small cave. A [[Dog (Fallout: New Vegas)#Dog|prospector's dog]] seems to live there; his master could be the dead prospector at [[Cottonwood Crater]]. In the surrounding area, there a few [[Gecko (Fallout: New Vegas)#Fire gecko|fire gecko]]s nearby and numerous [[lakelurk]]s to the east.
   
 
==Notable loot==
 
==Notable loot==
* There is a [[Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap]] on a cinder block behind the radio.
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There is a [[Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap]] on top of the cinder block behind the radio.
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
* It is possible for the camp to be used as a house, since it is secluded and the items that can be stored in the containers do not vanish over time.
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This location can be used as [[Fallout: New Vegas player housing|player housing]], since items stored in containers do not disappear. There is also a bedroll, which is useful when playing on [[hardcore mode]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
Smith Mesa Prospector Camp appears in ''[[Fallout: New Vegas]]''.
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Smith Mesa Prospector Camp appears only in ''[[Fallout: New Vegas]]''.
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==Behind the scenes==
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Smith Mesa Prospector Camp is in the same geographical location as real world Smith Mesa Road in [[wikipedia:Clark County, Nevada|Clark County, Nevada]].
   
==Bugs==
 
* {{Platforms|xbox360|pc|ps3|}} It is possible to become permanently stuck in the corner near the bedroll and the stack of cinder blocks (where the [[Healing powder (Fallout: New Vegas)|healing powder]] is), forcing you to reload to a previous save or fast travel.
 
* {{Platforms|pc|xbox360|ps3|}} On the west side of the rock (in which the cave is located), there is a glitch in the game map that allows you to go inside of the rock. There will be invisible walls inside that will make it difficult for you to exit.
 
 
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[[Category:Fallout: New Vegas locations]]
 
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[[ru:Лагерь старателей Смит-Меса]]
 
[[ru:Лагерь старателей Смит-Меса]]
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[[uk:Табір старателів Сміт-Меса]]
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[[zh:铁匠高地寻宝者营地]]

Revision as of 22:33, December 3, 2019

 
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The Smith Mesa Prospector Camp is a location in the Mojave Wasteland.

Layout

The camp is a makeshift bunker in a small cave. A prospector's dog seems to live there; his master could be the dead prospector at Cottonwood Crater. In the surrounding area, there a few fire geckos nearby and numerous lakelurks to the east.

Notable loot

There is a Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap on top of the cinder block behind the radio.

Notes

This location can be used as player housing, since items stored in containers do not disappear. There is also a bedroll, which is useful when playing on hardcore mode.

Appearances

Smith Mesa Prospector Camp appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

Smith Mesa Prospector Camp is in the same geographical location as real world Smith Mesa Road in Clark County, Nevada.

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