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A state was a pre-War geographic territory with established borders within the United States.


There were 50 states within the country before the war.[1] The states were created as a result of thirteen British colonies declaring independence in 1776.[2] The ensuing American Revolutionary War secured the split, and the group of states adopted a constitution, bringing the states into a single republic.[2]

These distinctions are still mentioned in character dialogue, appear in reading materials, on posters, and are found throughout the wastelands on signs, placards, and monuments. Mentions of states by name from both pre- and post-War within Fallout games are listed below alphabetically.

States that appear in games

The various wastelands featured in game usually fit within the geographical area of pre-War states, and sometimes the pre-War name is part of the name given to an area by the wastelanders living there. Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 take place mainly in the former state of California, but parts of Oregon and Nevada are explorable.

Fallout 3 takes place in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. Its add-ons The Pitt, Point Lookout, and Operation: Anchorage take place in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and a simulation of Alaska. Fallout: New Vegas takes place in Nevada and California. Its add-ons Lonesome Road and Honest Hearts take place in California and Utah.

Fallout 4 takes place in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and its add-on Far Harbor takes place on Mount Desert Island in Maine. Fallout 76 takes place in West Virginia, and its update Expeditions: The Pitt takes place in Pennsylvania.

Fallout Tactics takes place in the former states of Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado. Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel takes place in the former state of Texas.

Mentioned states


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  • The Arizona Spillway is located on the eastern side of the Hoover Dam.[21]
  • Dale Barton explains that trading with the NCR is too expensive, so he usually sticks with doing business in Arizona and New Mexico.[22]
  • Caesar mentions that the Legion has expanded into several states, including all of Arizona.[23]
  • Legate Lanius was a member of the Hidebarks tribe, located in the state.[24]
  • The Arizona side of the Hoover Dam is depicted in blueprints found in Mojave locations controlled by the NCR and Legion.
  • Jed Masterson shares that despite being ruled by the Legion, Arizona is still safer than Utah.[25]
  • Raul Tejada tells the Courier that after the war, Arizona was largely fragmented, each town fighting others just to survive. He shares that it was so brutal, you couldn't trade with a town two miles down the road without getting attacked. He states that the Legion's presence has served to decrease the violence.[26]
  • After the Second Battle of Hoover Dam, the Legion may pursue the Enclave remnants into Arizona, "losing hundreds of legionaries in the process and gaining nothing in return."[27]
  • The Legion's howitzer was acquired by Dale Barton, who salvaged it from Yuma, Arizona.[28]
  • Raul Tejada lived in the city of Two Sun, located in Arizona.[29][30]
  • The Legion crucified members of the Twisted Hairs along I-40 in Arizona.[31]
  • Karl tells the Courier that Legion veterans will arrive from the state soon, which will ensure victory.[32]
  • Arcade Gannon mentions Arizona when describing those impacted by Caesar's Legion.[33]
  • Hanlon mentions the Desert Rangers fighting Caesar's Legion to the east in Arizona before the Unification Treaty.[34]
  • Joshua Graham mentions traveling into Arizona as part of his missionary work and again when remarking on Caesar's death.[35][36]


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  • AHS-9 mentions that the Enclave has hidden bases all over the former state of California.[37]
  • New California is a post-War region spanning beyond the former state of California.[38]
  • The Navarro computer mentions that the Enclave headquarters is off the coast of California.[39]
  • Daniel Bird writes the state name in his memo to self, adding his idea to change the spelling to "Kalifornia."[40] He will also ask the Chosen One how they spell the state's name.[41]
  • A recreational location called the California Sunset Drive-in is located in the Mojave.
  • A pre-War California roadsign is found near Nipton.[42]
  • The platinum chip was printed in Sunnyvale, California on October 22, 2077.[43]
  • The California gold rush is mentioned as an event that began in 1848.[44]
  • The Chosen One can fight their way to become the heavyweight champion of Northern California.[45]
  • Alice McLafferty tells the Courier about the wealthy Jamison family from Redding, California, that invests heavily in the Crimson Caravan Company.[46]
  • Veronica shares her origins as California, having followed Elijah in order to research the Hoover Dam.[47]
  • The marked scout armor has a California license plate on the back.[48]
  • Sierra Petrovita remarks that a nut collector may live in either California or Nevada.[49]
  • Jas Wilkins mentions being born and raised in California.[50]
  • The Switchboard reported three unidentified submerged objects off the coast of California on the day of the Great War.[51]
  • After the Sole Survivor delivers Nuka-Cola Wild to the patrons of Doc Phosphate's Saloon, Phosphate will ask if they offered any tall tales as compensation. The Sole Survivor can respond that all three told them about the California Gold Rush.[52]
  • If the Courier facilitates his safe escape from the Camp Guardian caves, Private Halford remarks that he will be heading back to California to avoid further risk to his life due to NCR incompetence.[53]
  • The Mariposa Military Base is built in central California to conduct Forced Evolutionary Virus research.[54][55]
  • The gamblers inside the Ultra-Luxe will tell the Courier that they heard the bath house uses sea salts imported from California.[56]
  • Lanius remarks that someday the Legion may conquer "the land known as California."[57]
  • President Kimball's itinerary for his visit to the Hoover Dam describes his arrival by vertibird from California.[58]
  • Kimball mentions California several times in his Hoover Dam speech.[59]
  • Gloria Van Graff mentions the majority of her family's business operations are in California.[60]
  • Ringo's caravan was attacked on the way back to New Vegas from California.[61] He mentions that the Crimson Caravan Company is the largest trading outfit in California.[62]
  • California highway patrol cars are found throughout the Mojave region.
  • The Vault City travel log mentions the state.[63]
  • Papa Khan mentions that the glory of the Great Khans will be restored once the NCR is pushed back to California.[64]
  • Scribe Valdez mentions a broken transmitter that was needed to contact California.[65]
  • Lily Bowen mentions that she was taken from Vault 17 and put to work in an army that was going to conquer California.[66]
  • California is mentioned in one of Craig Boone's ending slides, stating that he journeyed back to the state in search of the NCR officer who had led the attack on Bitter Springs.[67]
  • Henry Casdin comments on the Brotherhood of Steel on the western coast of the country, around California.[68]
  • When speaking with Owyn Lyons in the Citadel, he will mention that the Brotherhood has encountered the Enclave in the past, over 30 years ago in California.[69]


  • Caesar mentions that the Legion has expanded into several states, including much of Colorado.[23]
  • Rex served with the police service in Colorado.[70]
  • Ulysses mentions the state when describing Legate Lanius, in that he "put Colorado to the sword."[71]



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  • When Thomas Davis deployed, he wrote to his friends at the Beaver Creek Lanes bowling alley that he promised to send them pineapples from his sending-off point in Hawaii if they promised not to try and bowl with them.[80]
  • An individual repairing a PT-00D biplane wrote "Hawaii or bust" on a list of parts needed.[81]
  • Hawaii is mentioned on the kiosks in the Museum of History as being located in the mid-Pacific and having been annexed in the 19th century.[2]




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  • Vic's guard remarks to the Chosen One that they are not in Kansas.[86]
  • Elliot was stranded in West Virginia after the war, separated from his partner Spence who was located in Kansas.[87]
  • Giles Sweetwater contends that the world's Biggest Ball of Twine is located in Kansas, though he notes that there is some controversy over the subject.[88]



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  • General Brock's terminal in Fort Strong mentions launchers being sent ahead to a supply yard in Mississippi.[130]
  • A terminal in the Parlor describes a pre-War fictional story where a girl from small-town Mississippi moves to the big city.[131]


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New Hampshire

  • The NH&M company derives its name from the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.[150]
  • New Hampshire Avenue is a roadway in Washington, D.C.[151]

New Jersey

New Mexico

  • Caesar mentions that the Legion has expanded into several states, including all of New Mexico.[23]
  • Siri tells the Courier that she was originally from a small town in New Mexico, before the Legion burned it and enslaved her.[154]
  • Dale Barton explains that trading with the NCR is too expensive, so he usually sticks with doing business in Arizona and New Mexico.[22]

New York

North Carolina

  • In Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, the Wright Flyer I performed its maiden flight for 12 seconds, covering a distance of 120 feet. This historic event marked the first sustained and controlled heavier-than-air powered flight.[161]
  • Lee Rapid Pharmaceuticals was a company located in Charlotte, North Carolina.[162]
  • The abbreviation for the state is written on the "Join, or Die" poster in the Museum of Freedom.[112]

North Dakota

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  • The Silver Bridge was built in 1928 as the first eye-bar suspension bridge in the U.S. It served the communities of Point Pleasant, West Virginia and Gallipolis, Ohio until December 15, 1967, when it collapsed.[163]
  • The raider punk alleges that the Vault 76 Vault Dwellers may be taken by aliens and dropped in Ohio or worse if a sacrifice is not provided to the aliens.[164]
  • The raiders the Crater War Party traded with passed through Ohio before arriving in Appalachia.[165]
  • Orvilletown, Ohio was the home of the L.S. Smuckman Company, who manufactured industrial size shortening among other products.[166]
  • Ohio is mentioned in the Fallout 76 note Observations, vol. XXVII.
  • Norland mentions that he is from Ohio.[167]




Rhode Island

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South Carolina

South Dakota


  • A member of the Ladies Auxiliary mentions mugs that are in stock at a corner store, made in the state.[187]
  • Tennessee is mentioned in the Fallout 76 note Observations, vol. XXVII.



  • Zion Canyon, the primary setting of the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts, is located in the pre-War state of Utah.[25]
  • Caesar mentions that the Legion has expanded into several states, including much of "the Utah."[23]
  • Vulpes Inculta's origins are from a tribe located south of Utah.[196]
  • Jed Masterson shares that Utah is very dangerous, more-so than any territory conquered by the Legion, and there are few places to stop and trade.[25]
  • A Utah license plate is found on trucks in Zion Canyon.[197]


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West Virginia


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  1. Watoga Municipal Center terminal entries; Terminal; Selection Committee Letter [Archived]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Museum kiosk
  3. Fallout 3 message box transcriptions; Museum of Technology, U.S.S. Ebon Atoll's flag
  4. Boston Bugle building terminal entries; Boston Bugle article terminal, Article 2: Front Page News, October 19, 2077 - October 23, 2077
  5. Converted munitions factory terminal entries; supervisor's terminal, Supervisor's Notes 01-20-77
  6. Cambridge Polymer Labs terminal entries; Bergman's terminal, internal mail relay, [J. Elwood] - Hacking Admin
  7. Liberty Prime: "Voice module online. Audio functionality test... initialized. Designation: Liberty Prime. Mission: the Liberation of Anchorage, Alaska."
    (Libery Prime's dialogue)
  8. Reginald Rothchild: "Apparently, he was meant to help liberate Alaska from the Chinese, but was never completed. They were forced to go in without him."
    (Rothchild's dialogue)
  9. Capitol Post terminal entries; Capital Post top stories -- June 3, 2072, U.S. to Annex Canada
  10. Capitol Post newspaper 1
  11. Capitol Post newspaper 2
  12. Boxcar render
  13. Operation Anchorage quest image
  14. Citadel terminal entries (Broken Steel); Incident Report 08-16-77
  15. The Whitespring bunker terminal entries; General Constantine Chase
  16. Garrahan Mining Headquarters terminal entries; Security terminal, Log Entry 10-3-2077
  17. Pioneer Scout Badge Exam answers; Mammalogist
  18. People's Republic of America Radio: "Your boys are dying on the Alaska front, and all for nothing. Bring them home, before it is too late."
  19. Rivet City terminal entries; Capitol Preservation Society terminal, U.S. Declaration of War on China
  20. Hubris Comics terminal entries; Hubris Comics receptionist terminal and Hubris Comics Publishing terminal, Release Schedule
  21. Hoover Dam map render
  22. 22.0 22.1 Courier: "Do you ever trade with the NCR?"
    Dale Barton: "Between having to hire protection and getting slapped with taxes, it's more profitable to stick to Arizona and New Mexico. But, I do cross the river from time to time when an opportunity comes along."
    (Dale Barton's dialogue)
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 The Courier: "And since forming the Legion, all you've done is conquer other tribes?"
    Caesar: "That's right. Decades of warfare, absorbing lesser tribes, gathering power. Forging the dross into a vast, razor-sharp scythe. My Legion's expansion has never ceased. Much of the Utah and Colorado, and all of Arizona and New Mexico, are mine. We have cities of our own, but nothing compared to Vegas. Finally, my Legion will have its Rome."
    (Caesar's dialogue)
  24. Caesar: "Once, he was the greatest warrior of the Hidebarks, a tribe of the Arizona. Maniacal in battle. Sometimes he'd ambush Legion patrols by himself."
    (Caesar's dialogue)
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 The Courier: "I haven't been through Utah recently - what's the situation like?"
    Jed Masterson: "Well, it ain't good, I'll tell you that. It's not like the Mojave or the NCR - hell, even Arizona under Caesar is safer. You got raiders all over the damn place, tribes of degenerates that'll eat you as soon as look at you, regional warlords... the works. Not too many decent places to stop and trade. New Canaan's one of the only ones left I know about."
    (Jed Masterson's dialogue)
  26. Courier: "How do you feel about Caesar's Legion?"
    Raul Tejada: "I don't really have a problem with them. People around here tend to see them as invading marauders planning to burn and pillage the countryside. But I've been to Arizona, boss. Before the Legion, it was a nasty place, so thick with raiders, you couldn't trade with a town two miles up the road. Caesar's laws aren't nice, and their actions aren't always pretty. But then, neither am I, but you keep me around."
    (Raul Tejada's dialogue)
  27. Fallout: New Vegas endings: "Merciless in their assault on the NCR, the Remnants struck fear into the hearts of even the centurions at Hoover Dam. Caesar's heirs aggressively pursued the Remnants into Arizona, losing hundreds of legionaries in the process and gaining nothing in return."
  28. Courier: "Where did you get the gun, anyway?"
    Lucius: "The trader, Dale Barton, salvaged it from a military base in Arizona. Yuma, I believe."
    (Lucius' dialogue)
  29. The Courier: "So what did you do?"
    Raul Tejada: "I took off that old vaquero outfit and put on a Petro-Chico jumpsuit. The name tag said "Miguel," so I started using the name myself. Eventually, I made it to Arizona... but that's another story, boss."
    (Raul Tejada's dialogue)
  30. The Courier: "What happened with her?"
    Raul Tejada: "This was a long time ago. Before Caesar's Legion pacified Arizona and brought the raider tribes to heel. A tribe came into Tuscon one day - more a gang, really. Dirty Dave and his six brothers. They were looking for bullets, and I sold some to them. I figured if I did that, they'd leave town before they tore it up too much."
    (Raul Tejada's dialogue)
  31. Legion slave ledger
  32. Karl: "Caesar's veterans will arrive from Arizona soon, and there will be no stopping our victory."
    (Karl's dialogue)
  33. Courier: "I don't think either of us can fully understand what he and the tribes have gone through."
    Arcade Gannon: "A fair point, but from the perspective of someone on the east side of Arizona, the man is clearly out of his mind."
    (Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  34. Courier: "Why are the rangers here?"
    Hanlon: "There's a lot of answers to that question, but it started with the Ranger Unification Treaty. We weren't always the only show in town. Nevada had its own posse, the Desert Rangers. They fought Caesar even farther east, out in Arizona. Didn't go well for them. Years back, we met with the Desert Rangers at Mojave Outpost and agreed to help them against Caesar if they would join the NCR."
    (Hanlon's dialogue)
  35. The Courier: "Were you always with the New Canaanites?"
    Joshua Graham: "I was born in Ogden, what people came to call New Canaan. Things were more peaceful when I was growing up. When I was a young man, I went out into the world to do missionary work as all New Canaanites do. I traveled along the Long 15 and followed 89 south into Arizona."
    (Joshua Graham's dialogue)
  36. Joshua Graham: "No doubt this will be good for the Mojave. I can only hope Arizona and the tribes don't suffer as the Legion falls apart around them."
    (Joshua Graham's dialogue)
  37. The Chosen One: "Yeah, okay. How do I find them?"
    AHS-9: "The Enclave are a remnant of the past - a neurodyne that has yet to be aligned. They have hidden bases all over the shards of old California, and their strongest stronghold is off to the west, over the waters."
  38. Steve: "Hello and welcome to Vault City, the best city in New California! I'm Steve...how can I help you?"
  39. The Chosen One: "{116}{}{Where is the Enclave main base located?}"
    Central computer for Navarro: "{125}{}{Searching... Accessing geographical maps... Data acquired. Enclave headquarters is located 175 miles off of the coast of California in the Pacific ocean. Coordinates are 37 degrees 18 minutes north latitude by 120 degrees 7 minutes west longitude.}"
    The Chosen One: "{127}{}{What the hell does all that crap mean?}"
    Central computer for Navarro: "{128}{}{Searching... Accessing English slang dictionary... Data acquired. Translation follows: 1) It's a long ways out in the ocean. 2) It's off the coast of California. 3) It's west of the city of San Francisco. 4) If you do not understand the geographical coordinate system then you will not find it.}"
    (Central computer for Navarro's dialogue)
  40. Word list
  41. Daniel Bird: "{116}{}{Hmm, tell me, how do you spell California? With a 'K,' or without?}"
    (Daniel Bird's dialogue)
  42. California state sign render
  43. Robert House: "The Platinum Chip was printed in Sunnyvale, California on October 22nd, 2077 - the day before the Great War."
    (Robert House's dialogue)
  44. Pioneer Scout Badge Exam answers; Miner
  45. Prizefighter description: "You are the heavyweight champion of Northern California. You have gained fame, respect, the love of thousands... and a bonus to your toughness and unarmed skill."
  46. The Courier: "I want to know more about the problem with Henry Jamison."
    Alice McLafferty: "The Jamisons are very wealthy ranchers back in Redding, California and significant investors in the Crimson Caravan Company. I was pressured into posting young Henry as the manager of the New Vegas branch. As you can see, he wasn't exactly cut out for the job. He was much more interested in gambling and prostitutes, and because of his family, I can't simply fire him. Henry needs to be convinced to quit, one way or another. I won't have a useless employee on the company payroll."
    (Alice McLafferty's dialogue)
  47. The Courier: "Actually, I'm more comfortable now that I know you've had some training."
    Veronica Santangelo: "Well, thanks for taking a chance on a naive young girl from California with stars in her eyes and a pneumatic gauntlet on her hand. Let's hit the road, huh?"
    (Veronica Santangelo's dialogue)
  48. California license plate
  49. 49.0 49.1 Lone Wanderer: "Look, lady. I just want to get out of this nuthouse..."
    Sierra Petrovita: "Oh, I think you came to the wrong place. I think there's someone in California that collects nuts. Or was it Nevada? Hmmm..."
  50. The Courier: "Are you from California?"
    Jas Wilkins: "Born and raised. Things back in California are better than they've ever been, according to my grandpa. The Raiders are mostly gone now and it's easy enough to get a job at one of the mills or farms. But now there's taxes and laws and other things. The NCR keeps things safe and orderly, but it's all very boring. So, I came out east towards the frontier."
    (Jas Wilkins' dialogue)
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 The Switchboard terminal entries; Central terminal, DEFCON Status - 2077
  52. Phosphate: "Good job. Did Old Prospector Owen give you one of his great tall tales as a reward for his drink? What about Miss Trixie and Handy Hank?"
    The Sole Survivor: "Oh yeah. Owen, Trixie, and Hank told me all about the California Gold Rush. Fun and educational!"
    (Phosphate's dialogue)
  53. Courier: "You're free to leave. The way up is clear."
    Halford: "Great, I'll start heading back to California now. I'm not about to let myself get killed by future NCR incompetence."
    (Halford's dialogue)
  54. ZAX 1.2: "The military, wishing to continue further testing, builds a large facility at the Mariposa military installation in central California. At this new facility, testing of the FEV virus continues on volunteer subjects from the military."
    (ZAX 1.2 dialogue)
  55. FEV research
  56. Gambler: "I heard they brought in sea salts from California just for this bath."
    (Gambler's dialogue)
  57. Lanius: "Perhaps, in time, I will be granted the honor of conquering the land known as California. But for now, we rest."
    (Lanius' dialogue)
  58. President Kimball's itinerary: "The President is scheduled to arrive via vertibird from California. The vertibird will land on the top of the Visitor's Center where Colonel Moore will meet the President and escort him out to the stage."
  59. 59.0 59.1 Kimball's dialogue)
  60. Courier: "So is this a family business?"
    Gloria Van Graff: "Yes it is. My brother and I run this particular branch, but our family has operations all over, particularly in California."
    (Gloria Van Graff's dialogue)
  61. Courier: "Why are the Powder Gangers out to get you?"
    Ringo: "My caravan was on the return trip from California and heading back up to the company branch in New Vegas when we got jumped. Not even a "drop your weapons and hands up" before the bullets started flying. We put up a good fight, but there was too many of them. I took a few of the bandits down before I ran, so I figure their friends are out for revenge."
    (Ringo's dialogue)
  62. Courier: "Tell me more about the Crimson Caravan Company."
    Ringo: "It's been in business for a very long time, and is probably the biggest trading outfit in California. There's a branch up in New Vegas, but it hasn't been doing so well. Word is that the big boss herself, Alice McLafferty, is coming in to fix things."
    (Ringo's dialogue)
  63. Vault City travel log: "This utopia is free from crimes and other sociological ills that inflict the other communities in Northern California."
  64. Papa Khan: "The glory of the Great Khans will be restored, and once the NCR is pushed back to California, all the land from here to the Colorado will be ours."
    (Papa Khan's dialogue)
  65. Fort Atlas terminal entries; The New Appalachian Brotherhood
  66. Courier: "Where did you come from?"
    Lily Bowen: "I grew up in Vault 17. I never even saw the sun until I was 75 years old - that was when Super mutants raided the Vault and carried a lot of us off. Yes, Leo, I'm getting to that part! They made me one of them, and they put me to work in an army that was going to conquer California."
    (Lily Bowen's dialogue)
  67. Fallout: New Vegas endings: "As the Battle of Hoover Dam ended, Boone confirmed what he had always suspected - that revenge would never quiet his troubled mind. Side arm in hand, he journeyed back to California in search of the NCR officer who had led the attack on Bitter Springs."
  68. Henry Casdin: "I mean the Brotherhood from out West, back around California. We knew what we were doing back there. We didn't waste time with delusions of heroism."
    (Casdin's dialogue)
  69. Owyn Lyons: "The Brotherhood of Steel has encountered the Enclave before, you see. Over thirty years ago, back in California."
    (Owyn Lyons' dialogue)
  70. Fallout: New Vegas endings: "He had survived police service in Colorado, the Great War, combat duty with the Legion, and being the companion of The King. But, in the end, Rex finally succumbed to the horrors of the wasteland."
  71. Courier: "Who is Legate Lanius?"
    Ulysses: "Lanius... the 'Butcher.' Monster, Terror of the East. Not even his slaves have seen his face - struck them blind so they can't. Wears a mask, don't even know if it's the same man. He put Colorado to the sword, broke the Hangdogs by throwing their hounds upon the flames, so they might burn forever in the afterlife."
    (Ulysses' dialogue)
  72. Vault Dweller: "Where are you from?"
    Gilbert Hopson: "Up north. Connecticut. A small town called Monroe, named for the fifth president of the United States. It was quite lovely, especially in the autumn. My wife and I used to ride the bicycle trails on Sundays and then visit the local brewery for a pint. Ah, I do miss those days. And I miss my Millie, may she rest in everlasting peace."
    (Gilbert Hopson's dialogue)
  73. West Everett Estates terminal entries; logs, Home
  74. Connecticut Ave sign
  75. Herschel Klein: "So the Brotherhood of Steel, right? I heard a rumor it's all fake. Just a traveling theater troupe. They've got a different con in every town. One of my regulars said he saw that Paladin Rahmani lady doing a trapeze act down in Florida. True story!"
    (Herschel Klein's dialogue)
  76. Factory terminal entries; Foreman's terminal, Foreman's log, 2) War...
  77. Jennie Brown: "This place isn't quite Georgia, but the humidity's sure trying."
    (Jennie Brown's dialogue)
  78. Matt Murtagh baseball card
  79. National Archives terminal entries; BGWIN009 Button Gwinnett, Unit Directives
  80. Beaver Creek Lanes terminal entries; terminal, employee memos, 12/8/2076 - Vim Machine being marked out of order?
  81. List of parts
  82. Fallout: New Vegas endings; Slide 15: Great Khans: "After driving the Legion out of the Mojave Wasteland, the victorious NCR turned its attention to those who had allied themselves with Caesar. The Great Khans were among the first tribes to suffer this fate, and the few who survived Hoover Dam were driven north, into the wilderness of Idaho."
  83. The Courier: "Sounds like that kid was pretty fond of you. Why did you leave?"
    ED-E: Wistful beeping
    The Courier: "Where did this happen?"
    ED-E: Happy beeping
    The Courier: "Illinois? So that's where you got that plate. The other you, I mean."
    ED-E: Happy beeping
    The Courier: "What's a Chicago?"
    ED-E: Expository beeping
    (ED-E's dialogue)
  84. Nevada license plate render
  85. National Isolated Radio Array terminal entries; Dr. Nichols' terminal, Laboratory Notes 11/26/2076
  86. The Chosen One: "{287}{}{Who's your boss?}"
    Vic's guard: "{310}{}{Huh? You just in the habit of walking around into places you don't know? This is the Slaver's Guild.}"
    The Chosen One: "{312}{}{Oh, that's where I am? I though I was in Kansas.}"
    Vic's guard: "{320}{}{Where? No, never heard of it. This is the Den. Not sure about that place, but I don't get out much. Sorry.}"
  87. Dear Spence
  88. Vault Dweller: "A Giant Teapot. In Appalachia. Really?"
    Giles Sweetwater: "But of course, friend. Before the owners settled on the Teapot, they had considered making the world's Biggest Ball of Twine. But there was already considerable controversy on that account. If you ask me: Kansas."
  89. Carver Timmerman: "Well I was born around here actually, but my mom moved us sometime after the war. Now we've live in a settlement out in what used to be Kentucky, I guess. Maybe it still is Kentucky? I don't know, I tried reading some old geography text books as a kid, seemed like a waste of time now, though."
    (Carver Timmerman's dialogue)
  90. John Henry Eden: "When I was a child, growing up in rural Kentucky, I had the best friend a boy could hope for -- my dear old dog, Honey. Oh, the adventures we had! From Knob Creek to Hodgenville we roamed, carefree and courageous, irresponsible and completely inseparable. It was, for a little boy, the perfect existence. So let me ask you, America. How many of your children can say the same? How many of this nation's youth are truly happy, truly carefree? We both know the answer, don't we? None. America's children live a terrifying, meaningless existence. There is no hope. No happiness. That changes! Right here! Right now! From this moment onward, the children of this great nation are its highest priority! The Enclave will restore every American school, reinstate every youth program, and offer counseling and financial assistance to any family in need. We will match up the destitute, orphaned children of the Capital Wasteland with qualified, eligible adults. We will rebuild the American family, as it was, as it was meant to be! The values of our past... shall be the foundation of our future."
    (John Henry Eden's dialogue)
  91. IAG suppressor render
  92. Underworld resident: "Kentucky straight. You remember Kentucky? Nah, you're too young."
    (Underworld resident's dialogue)
  93. Pearl: "All our items have that rustic Maine feel."
    (Pearl's dialogue)
  94. Vim! Pop factory terminal entries; R & D terminal, user logs, The Taste of Maine
  95. Campground banner render
  96. Fort Constantine terminal entries; Fort Constantine Launch Control
  97. Citadel terminal entries; Citadel A ring terminals, Pentagon Library terminal, Report on U.F.O. codenamed "Palandine"
  98. Russell Dorsey: "I left Maryland headed west, and hooked up with some of the original Foundation folks. Once here, I did patrols for them, scouting for supplies. Ended up finding some stuff the local Brotherhood left behind. That led me to Fort Defiance. Scary place. I had to move quick, but I'd found some logs and records. Frankly, I got a little obsessed. It was like the Round Table and Dad's Navy stories, all together! And now they're coming back!"
    (Russell Dorsey's dialogue)
  99. 99.0 99.1 John Henry Eden: "I've been thinking quite a bit lately about something we can all relate to, something that is unquestionably, inescapably… American. I am referring, of course, to our great national pastime - baseball. Or so it had been. That's right, America. Before we were devastated by atomic war, each state had its OWN professional baseball team. Imagine, a perfect, cloudless day. The sun is warm, welcoming. And on the horizon, they appear, like knights of yore, armed with bats of ash and hickory. Their name? The Capital Congressmen. Their purpose? To make you, dear America, revel in the joy of sport and sunshine. If only for an afternoon. Now ask yourself this. What if the Capital Congressmen could live again? What if they could compete with baseball teams, from Pennsylvania, or Maryland? Put your faith in John Henry Eden, great America, and baseball will live again! Comfort, recreation, healthy competition - all will live again! This country WILL live again!"
    (John Henry Eden's dialogue)
  100. 100.0 100.1 Boston Bugle building terminal entries; Boston Bugle article terminal, Article 4: Front Page News, October 19, 2077 - October 23, 2077
  101. 101.0 101.1 101.2 101.3 Thicket Excavations terminal entries; Thicket Excavations terminal, Shipment Log
  102. Holotag close up
  103. Maryland license plate
  104. Our Lady of Hope Hospital terminal entries; nurse's station terminal 01/02/03, Injury Report 09087882
  105. Fallout 3 loading screens: "Point Lookout is said to be one of the most haunted locations in Maryland."
  106. Fallout 3 loading screens: "The Ark & Dove Cathedral is named for two English settler ships which landed near Point Lookout in 1634, leading to Maryland's founding."
  107. Point Lookout loading screen
  108. The Lone Wanderer: "What's the history behind the document?"
    Abraham Washington: "On July the 4th in 1776, a group calling themselves the Second Judgmental Congress got together at Fort McHarry in Maryland. After a ceremony which ended with Paul Revere singing the famous battle hymn known as the National Anthem, the document was signed. From there, it was sent to England by plane presumably and presented to King George himself. Thus began the Evolutionary War."
    (Abraham Washington's dialogue)
  109. Lone Wanderer: "So, who is this brain thing, anyway?"
    Desmond Lockheart: "HIM! I should have known. My old rival... so close to his family home. Only he would be so stupid. He was once a man - Professor Calvert. The Calverts owned half of Maryland, back when there was a Maryland to own. Members of the Calvert family were influential all over the world. They practically owned a deed to the US Government. In their best days, there were no less than three Calvert family senators, seven members of the house, and two governors. They even had a top candidate for president, until that scandal with the dog forced him to drop out of the race. I was particularly proud of that one."
    (Desmond Lockheart's dialogue)
  110. 110.0 110.1 Turtledove Detention Camp terminal entries; C.O. private operations terminal, Intelligence Dossier: Yang, Wan, Intelligence Report, Yang, Wan (alias)
  111. Beckett: "Listen to me, Frankie. Do you remember when we were kids and we were playing near that bombed-out factory in Maryland? Then those rabid dogs jumped out and surprised us? We ran and ran, but then I fell into that ditch and twisted my leg like a dumbass. Right? I told you to run, but what did you say to me, man? Try and remember."
    (Beckett (Wastelanders)/Dialogue)
  112. 112.0 112.1 112.2 112.3 112.4 112.5 112.6 Join, or Die poster, Museum of Freedom
  113. Roper: "All these troublemakers are the last survivors of the Western Maryland Correctional Facility. Not me, though. I was the head guard. Ain't the end times something?"
  114. Fallout 4 loading screens: "Originally 'The Commonwealth of Massachusetts,' the state became known only as the 'The Commonwealth' after the Great War of 2077."
  115. Fallout 4 loading screens: "Before the Great War, Mass Fusion was Boston's premiere utility, providing power to all of Massachusetts."
  116. Boston Bugle building terminal entries; Boston Bugle article terminal, Article 1: Front Page News, October 19, 2077 - October 23, 2077
  117. Massachusetts school bus
  118. Fallout 4 loading screens: "The Glowing Sea is the most highly irradiated region in the entire Commonwealth. According to local legend, it was ground zero for the high-yield nuclear blast that devastated most of Massachusetts."
  119. Massachusetts Surgical Journal cover
  120. Lake Quannapowitt terminal entries; Monitoring station
  121. National Archives terminal entries; BGWIN009 Button Gwinnett, Unit Directives
  122. National Archives terminal entries; JADAM002 John Adams, Unit Directives
  123. Fallout 4 loading screens: "Bradberton, Massachusetts was a small town founded in 2060 to help house the hundreds of staff members who wanted to shorten their commute to Nuka-World."
  124. Massachusetts Ave sign
  125. Fallout 4 loading screens: "Like the Minutemen of the Revolutionary era, the modern day Minutemen are dedicated to defending the people of Massachusetts, at a minute's notice."
  126. Silver Shroud Radio; Episode 6: The Mechanist Unmasked
  127. Museum of Freedom terminal entries; Museum Operations terminal, Final Entry - Sat. October 23, 2077
  128. A tragedy has befallen all mankind
  129. Sign texture file
  130. Fort Strong terminal entries; General Brock's terminal, General Brock's Report - September 2077
  131. The Parlor terminal entries; Parlor employee's terminal, performance list, A Soft Drink Named Desire
  132. Courier: "Nevertheless, I'm interested."
    The Lonesome Drifter: "Well, I was born in a little town out Montana way. Me and Ma didn't have much, ever since my pa up and left."
    (The Lonesome Drifter's dialogue)
  133. Nevada state flag texture file
  134. Old Mormon Fort sign
  135. Welcome to Nevada street sign
  136. NHP logo render
  137. The Courier: "Why is the Brotherhood interested in Nevada?"
    Veronica Santangelo: "It was the Dam, really. We'd heard rumors it was working. Figured we could claim it, put it to use. And... it may also have been partly that our Elder at the time had worn out his welcome. Didn't end up mattering. We got sidetracked at HELIOS One and the NCR took the Dam in the meantime. We're still after it, though. In theory."
    (Veronica Santangelo's dialogue)
  138. Old Legion paperwork
  139. The Vault Dweller: "{So, what's your story?}"
    Tycho: "{I could ask the same of you. In the interest of amity, I suppose I'll tell first. I'm called Tycho. Came from out east, what used to be called Nevada.}"
    (Tycho's dialogue)
  140. Gomorrah newspaper
  141. Big Ranch Nevada State Lotto ticket
  142. Big Ranch Nevada State Lotto billboard
  143. Courier: "I'm sure your father would be proud of you."
    Arcade Gannon: "I wonder if he would. It's pointless, I know, but sometimes I wonder what he wanted me to be. Maybe being a doctor in the middle of Nevada wasn't exactly what he had in mind for his little boy."
    (Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  144. Nevada 2052 license plate
  145. Hoover Dam blueprints
  146. Courier: "What's your story?"
    Clayton Ettienne: "Well, I've lived in Nevada all my life. Started out in New Reno, but headed down here as soon as I got the chance. If you can believe it, things are even worse back home. The whole city's still run by crime families. Used to be the Mordinos and Wrights. Now it's the Wrights and Van Graffs. Seems like things never get better. Anyway, that's all behind me now."
    (Clayton Ettienne's dialogue)
  147. Courier: "I'm guessing you don't like Caesar very much."
    Joshua Graham: "Love the sinner, hate the sin. With Caesar, it's often very difficult to see through all of that sin to the person inside. I can say that we were both lucky that NCR's supply lines and land routes north of Mojave Outpost were destroyed before the Battle of Hoover Dam. Something bad happened near Death Valley, at a place called the Divide. NCR couldn't cut across anymore and it slowed down their reinforcements. Terrible storms ripped entire companies apart before they even got to Nevada soil. The aftermath of Hoover Dam could have been even worse for Caesar."
    (Joshua Graham's dialogue)
  148. Zion General Store terminal entries; Terminal, Re: Shipping Problems (AGAIN!)
  149. Arcade Gannon: "Nuclear waste disposal. Pre-War, people figured there was so much desert in Nevada, you might as well turn it into a big dumping ground."
    (Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  150. NH&M logo render
  151. New Hampshire sign
  152. NJ license plate render
  153. Herschel Klein: "Here's one I heard: we're all just living in a simulation. That's right: none of this is real. Die here and you'll just wake up in a memory lounger somewhere in Hoboken, New Jersey. To be honest, I'm not sure which reality is worse! Heyo, I'm here all week."
    (Herschel Klein's dialogue)
  154. The Courier: "Where are you from?"
    Siri: "A small town in New Mexico. The Legion burned it a few years back - that's how I ended up here."
    (Siri's dialogue)
  155. Johnny Weston: "Funny thing. A long time ago, I broke into a similar system up at the Federal Reserve in New York. This here biometric scanner must run off of some sort of central database. Seems it can detect a known felon, and it's completely locked me out. We need it in order to get in."
    Vault Dweller: "I thought there wasn't a system you couldn't beat?"
    Johnny Weston: "Hey, that was the only one. I was young and stupid back then, and only got caught because my crew bailed on me. I've learned a lot since then. I'll get this one."
    (Johnny Weston's dialogue)
  156. Mountainside Bed & Breakfast terminal entries; comment terminal, Oliver & Lily Gillespie
  157. Francis Perry: "We'll let his dumbass take the fall for this, then come back in a week or so and say our grandma was having health problems down in New York."
    (Francis Perry's dialogue)
  158. 158.0 158.1 Newscaster: "Followed by... yes, followed by flashes. Blinding flashes. Sounds of explosions... We're... we're trying to get confirmation... But we seem to have lost contact with our affiliate stations... We do have... coming in... confirmed reports. I repeat, confirmed reports of nuclear detonations in New York and Pennsylvania."
    (Newscaster's dialogue)
  159. Police Precinct 8 terminal entries; Precinct 8 evidence terminal, CASE 046-IR: Julians "Inciting a Riot" Logs
  160. Civil War draft poster, Museum of History
  161. Fallout 3 message box transcriptions; Wright Flyer
  162. Lee Rapid Pharmaceuticals logo
  163. 163.0 163.1 Silver Bridge sign
  164. Raider punk: "The aliens demanded a sacrifice. You need to be the one to do it. Spill blood or they'll scoop you up, then leave you in Ohio or something horrible."
  165. Vault Dweller: "The other Raiders you got the weapons from... Where did they come from?"
    Sheena: "West. They said they passed through Ohio before coming here. I don't know how much further out they went."
  166. Back of the industrial sized shortening
  167. Vault Dweller: "Pleased to make your acquaintance, Initiate. Do you mind introducing yourself?"
    Norland: "Sure, I can introduce myself. I come from Ohio. My parents worked in the government before the War. When I learned about the Brotherhood and what they're doing to preserve the world, I left home to do my part. Make up for my parents' contribution to causing this disaster, however small it was. It's a big responsibility, so I don't have time for much else. I need to be vigilant about my training if I'm going to become a Knight."
    (Norland's dialogue)
  168. Letter from Vault-Tec
  169. Anchorage quartermaster shipment
  170. Alien captive recorded log 3
  171. 171.0 171.1 Liberty Bell inscriptions
  172. Welcome to the Pitt sign, Fallout 3
  173. Welcome to the Pitt sign Fallout 76 Expeditions
  174. Pitt state sign render
  175. Fallout 76 loading screens: "The Settlers at Foundation traveled from a variety of areas to make a new home in Appalachia, but most come from various parts of Pennsylvania."
  176. Vault Dweller: "All I know is there's an inoculation and you need to convince Paige to let me help you."
    Aubrie Willem: "I was a doctor back in Pennsylvania. If Paige needs convincing you can tell him I'm behind you all the way. After experiencing those... Scorched, first hand? That's not something I want to lose anymore people to."
    (Aubrie Willem's dialogue)
  177. Settler wanderer: "The odds are super good, it's at this research facility. Or it's in Pennsylvania. But my caps are on here."
    (Settler wanderer's dialogue)
  178. Deacon: "Did that tugboat even have a license? Must be from Pennsylvania."
    (Deacon's dialogue)
  179. National Archives terminal entries; JWILS002 John Wilson, Unit Directives
  180. Germantown police HQ terminal entries; terminal, Log #003
  181. Street sign seen in Seward Square
  182. Holland Chase Invoice 9021
  183. Holland Chase Invoice 9033
  184. MRE consumable render
  185. National Archives terminal entries; ERUTL001 Edward Rutledge, Unit Directives
  186. Robert MacCready: "Some strange things turn up in these places, ever hear about that warehouse in South Dakota? Yeesh."
    (Robert MacCready's dialogue)
  187. Ladies auxiliary tape 8
  188. John Cassidy: "{364}{}{Wonder if Texas survived the war...}"
    (John Cassidy's dialogue)
  189. Boston Bugle building terminal entries; Boston Bugle article terminal, Article 5: Front Page News, October 19, 2077 - October 23, 2077
  190. Jesse White - Honkytonk set list
  191. Honkytonk set list render
  192. Message to Marge 1
  193. The Vault Dweller: "{1001}{}{Rangers}"
    Tycho: "{1101}{}{We Rangers hail from back east, what used to be called Nevada. Our heritage stretches back to the days of the Texas Rangers. We learn survival and combat skills in order to go out into the world and have a chance of surviving and making things better.}"
    (Tycho's dialogue)
  194. The Courier: "Tell me the whole story of Vikki and Vance."
    Primm Slim: "Yahoo! I ain't had a chance to tell their tale in a mess of years. First things first: any bosh you've heard about Vikki and Vance being copycats ain't nothing but ill-tempered slander. Fact is, they begun their crime spree two days before Bonnie and Clyde robbed their first bank - so who was copying who? Now true, Vikki and Vance didn't exactly cut a wide swath of murder and bank robbery across the central U.S., like Bonnie and Clyde did. It was more like a narrow swath of shoplifting, check-cashing fraud, and gas pump driveoffs - but crime is crime! They drove reckless, too. Having lived by the gun - well, Vance owned one, anyway - it was only fitting that the duo of desperados would die by the gun. Perhaps it was fate itself that accidentally drove them into a crossfire between police and a gang of bank robbers in Plano, Texas. Or maybe they just didn't notice until it was too late. It's been said that Vikki would have tried to cash a bad check in that bank, had she lived. We'll never know for sure. All we know is that the crossfire tore the car and both occupants to pieces, and the police issued an official apology. You can put your eyes on the genuine Death Car just over yonder, and there's Vance's machine gun in the case next to it!"
    (Primm Slim's dialogue)
  195. Logo on Medical Malpractice
  196. Caesar: "Vulpes is the best of my Frumentarii. A remarkable individual from an unremarkable tribe south of the Utah."
    (Caesar's dialogue)
  197. Utah license plate render
  198. Arlington Library terminal entries; Check-In terminal
  199. The Lone Wanderer: "Virginia? Virginia's been gone for 200 years."
    Jack Smith: "Not here. Not in Andale, no sir/ma'am. The great Commonwealth of Virginia is alive and well. In fact, we just voted ourselves a new governor!"
    (Jack Smith's dialogue)
  200. Jack Smith: "Hello there, young lady! Good to meet you! Name's Smith, Jack Smith. Welcome to Andale, the best little town in Virginia!"
    (Jack Smith's dialogue)
  201. RobCo Research Center terminal entries; Saboteur's terminal, Facility message 9.12.77
  202. The Vault Dweller: "What's the world like out there?"
    Lacey Drummond: "We both came over from Virginia. Well, what was Virginia. There's a lot more hot zones that way. And the few spots that're livable, well, they got picked clean fast. I mean Appalachia's dangerous, really dangerous, but it's better than where we've been."
  203. Vault Dweller: "What's your background, recruit?"
    Joe Creigh: "Me? Private Joe Creigh. Well, Private-in-training. I came up from Virginia. East Virginia? Well, I'm from the coast. I started out a civvy, though I guess we all do. I'm not that way anymore, though! I can fight the Reds, and I'll prove it! Just as soon as I can finish that darn obstacle course."
  204. National Archives terminal entries; BFRAN001 Benjamin Franklin, Unit Directives
  205. 205.0 205.1 Dorsey's diary
  206. 206.0 206.1 Junk mail
  207. Return to Appalachia
  208. Department of the Interior posters
  209. Fire axe inscription
  210. Lucky Hits! lottery recording
  211. Lucky Hits!
  212. A job opportunity
  213. Bring me Crane!
  214. Morgantown Airport building
  215. 215.0 215.1 Mountain State sign
  216. Goodbye dad
  217. Watoga Municipal Center terminal entries; Terminal
  218. Ski West Virginia poster
  219. Anne's holotape
  220. Harold Clark - To the Members of the Board, pt.1
  221. Uncanny Caverns poster
  222. Jaggy: "West Virginia is home to many kinds of sparrows. There's the lark sparrow, the field sparrow, the vesper sparrow, the fox sparrow and many more."
    (Scout Leader Jaggy's dialogue)
  223. Liberty Bell render
  224. Crevasse Dam sign
  225. The Informant
  226. Charleston city sign
  227. Camp Lewis sign
  228. Camp Lewis front signage
  229. Scouts' Life issue#6
  230. Clarksburg sign
  231. West Virginia room
  232. West Virginia school bus
  233. Back of West Virginia map
  234. Department of Environmental Affairs sign
  235. Fallout 76 loading screens: "The colorful red florae of the Cranberry Bog were originally West Virginia's naturally occurring cranberry, pitcher, and sundew plants."
  236. NAR cable pole
  237. NAR cable sign
  238. Herpotologist exam
  239. Mammalogist exam
  240. Archaeologist exam
  241. Collector exam
  242. Robotocist exam
  243. Fallout 76 loading screens: "According to local folklore - as well as a statue and museum in Point Pleasant, West Virginia - the Mothman is a terrifying half-man, half-moth hybrid. Pray you never encounter it and learn the truth."
  244. Mothman Museum poster
  245. West Virginia Coal Miners placard
  246. Sugar Grove Signit sign
  247. Sugar Grove seal
  248. Fallout: New Vegas endings; Slide 15: Great Khans: "During the Battle of Hoover Dam, the Great Khans quickly evacuated Red Rock Canyon and headed north and east into the plains of Wyoming. There, they reconnected with the Followers of the Apocalypse and rebuilt their strength. Bolstered by ancient knowledge of governance, economics, and transportation, they carved a mighty empire out of the ruins of the Northwest."
  249. Honest Hearts endings: "Joshua Graham's chilling execution of Salt-Upon-Wounds seared into their minds, the surviving White Legs retreated to the Great Salt Lake. Unable to shake the memory of their brutal defeat and the Dead Horses' savagery in battle, the White Legs feared further reprisals. They fled north, out of Utah, into Wyoming. The wilderness was harsh, and the first winter claimed over half the tribe. When spring came, the survivors parted ways in small bands. And so the White Legs died a quiet, ignominious death."
    (Fallout: New Vegas endings; White Legs)