Los Angeles Edit
Are you sure it's Lost Angeles? Los Angeles is FO1's Boneyard, I don't think even FOBOS devs would make this kind of mistake.. Google search for "Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel" and "Los Angeles" brings no such results. Ausir 10:27, 27 Jul 2005 (CEST)
- My mistake... :) Master Mold 07:28, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
Is it possible that Los is Houston? And the huge bridge is the sam houston ship channel bridge? It would have to be a port city, and it says a great Texas metropolis. Anyway it makes sense to me. OR it could be on galveston island which is right next to Houston. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
- Impossible, Los was named " Los -something- " before the Great War. I'm try to find information but I think I know what city is it, I'll put it on the page after I built the text ;). Itachou [~talk~ 00:48, May 29, 2011 (UTC)
Seriously, Los Ybanez? It's in northwest texas! Far from water and it only has 32 people, not even close to being called a metropolis. Los Fresnos on the other hand is southeast texas AND is right next to the gulf of mexico with a much larger population. Unless you are positive and have proof to back you up, you shouldn't put wrong info like that on the page.
Agreed with the above, also the fact that whoever added it mentioned the Double Mountain. For one, Double Mountain is a good distance from Los Ybanez (which, as mentioned, is tiny. It was actually only consolidated as a community outside of La Mesa so they could sell liquor, since Lamesa is a dry town, hence the minuscule population). You definitely can't see Los Ybanez from Double Mountain. Speaking of which, Double Mountain is like 800 higher than the area around it, the only reason it's notable is because they're the only two mountains for over a hundred miles. So yeah. Los Ybanez has no mountains whatsoever, and no major water source, and it's not a metropolis.126.96.36.199 06:48, April 20, 2012 (UTC)Hrafnkel
From current "Behind the Scenes" info:
"Other Texan cities with Los in their name are too far from Carbon (far south while Carbon is north), and have no surrounding mountains. They also all near the sea, but it has no presence of sea in Los." First of all, Carbon and Los Ybanez are pretty damn far apart (200+ miles) - and just because they are both in the northern half of the state doesn't mean jack - Eastland County and Dawson County are considered to be in separate regions, and have fairly different landscapes and climates (more trees, grass, and rain the further east you go.) Secondly, "No presence of sea (water) in Los" -- then what the heck is that liquid wet stuff next to the DOCK and the SHIPYARD in the photo at the top of the page?? Clearly, the developer has a Hollywood knowledge of Texas - yes, there are both mountains and ports in Texas...just nowhere near each other. 188.8.131.52 02:27, August 13, 2012 (UTC)