The Ghoul TrainEdit
As I entered here, every ghoul in there came running towards me straight away, well past me, I was still hidden. They all came in single file... They were a bit late if they were responding to me killing all the raiders. Crazy ferals. --Pastor Salad 02:22, October 7, 2009 (UTC)
Same happened to me, although I wasn't hidden I had my ghoul mask on. This seems to tie into the note on how after you kill them they'll come out and attack the raiders. It was funny watching them all run out the door. --Pyoobez 20:04, April 29, 2011 (UTC)
Occasionally when entering through the manhole, any and all followers except Dogmeat will die; probably due to being spawned inside a wall or something, but I'm only guessing. 184.108.40.206 16:18, May 26, 2010 (UTC)HBS
Also, are 5 lousy Frag Mines really considered 'notable' loot?
sadly mistaken Edit
well, when i heard about the bethesda underground or whatever the situation is, i smiled and entered with some notion that something awsome was about to happen, because the location was unmarked, and it was named after the company who made the game, but i was sadly mistaken, i was somewaht rapped because i was a lower level but i will come back one day to clame victory one that once called once in a liftetime subways.
I'm sorry, but what the crap did you just say? -squareknot20 1:44am EST 10/13/11
He says he's disappointed with the lack of easter eggs here. Figured it'd be a goldmine because of the devs. He says his encounters here were difficult, and that he'll be back when he levels up to investigate further. Got me on the last bit. 220.127.116.11 15:55, June 30, 2012 (UTC)
Looking for Confirmation Edit
I just removed this from the article:
"in the small room practically in between the two entrances where you can find a skeleton and a stealthboy is not only the upside down box hiding a mininuke and some frags but is also the spawning point for a special glowing one. he has the same bodytype as a regular glowing one but is enveloped in white light with a steam effect. he and other glowing and ferals will usually appear if you go completely from one entrance to the other which can catch a player off guard. this may be part of the broken steel add-ons and non existent in regular game play, not quite sure. "
But if anyone can confirm it, I'll tweak for coherency and put it back in. I was just through there at level 9 with Broken Steel installed and didn't see anything remotely like this--just the usual dogpile of ghouls at the entrance.
I'm also looking for confirmation of this, though I've left it in for the moment:
"* Playstation 3 Xbox 360 After the Broken Steel add-on and all add-ons installed, the ghouls in the area completely vanish, except for one glowing ones by the stairway."
I'm not sure why Broken Steel is made distinct from all the other add-ons, but I'm lacking the Pitt and Zeta so if it does require every single add-on I wouldn't get this one anyway. I'm half-suspicious this isn't actually a bug but the result of all the other ghouls running out into the ruins. Aristatide (talk) 17:41, August 20, 2012 (UTC)