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Vault-Tec and FEVEdit

Well, this is an issue that people have picked up. What I suggest is the parties involved use the discussion page, and not turn the article into a back-and-forth between two parties. --MercZ 22:44, 24 December 2008 (UTC)

Storyline InconsistenciesEdit

Many new fallout players often don't understand that if there were so few survivors why build so many testing vaults anyway. Sure, the government had a couple of vaults and so did vault-tec but in the end they all got shot to shit (not literally). Besides, how would they expect to carry out their experiments in a hostile post-nuclear world? A lot of the vaults the player finds throughout all 3 games are just fucked up massively except the obviuos ones. Id say theres less than a 10% success rate (including ones that the player also led to the destruction of). The testing seems pointless given that so few survived what are(were) they gonna do with any result?

Use the results to fine tune the conditions on board a spacecraft they'd pack the 17 control Vaults into and blast off into space, leaving the ravaged Earth behind. Personal_Sig_Image.gif Tagaziel (call!) 09:05, February 14, 2010 (UTC)

Incomplete List of Employees.Edit

Under the Employees Section shouldn't they include the Overseers of the Vaults along with the scientists involved in The Vault 87, Vault 92, and other said Vaults because "according to the letter from Dr. Braun, in the Vault 101 Overseer terminal, if the overseer disclosed the contents of the sealed orders or deviated from the experiment, it can be grounds for termination of employment from Vault-Tec." Which directly says they are in the employment of Vault-Tec and also implies that Braun was their superior and possiblly even a Chairman of the company? -bleep196- 01:10, 5 August, 2010

Curiosity Edit

I always had this curiosity, what's the name of the man in the Vault-Tec Advertising? --Andrew Vieira (talk) - NCR and Proud! 17:10, December 29, 2011 (UTC)

Are you talking about the Vault Boy? -Love, ΣΔ 17:13, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
No! I'm talking about the human! The Guy that says "Peace, Freedom and Bacon and Eggs"! He's an actor or what? --Andrew Vieira (talk) - NCR and Proud! 18:13, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
Well no duh he's an actor. Try looking him up. -Love, ΣΔ 18:14, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
It seems that No one knows his name... --Andrew Vieira (talk) - NCR and Proud! 18:24, December 29, 2011 (UTC)


I've come to a conclusion that the proper name of Vault-Tec is "Vault-Tec Corporation", rather than "Industries". The only mention of it being called "Industries" is in Fallout 2. And, of course, developer opinions and viewpoints change. In various terminal entries in Fallout 3, in the game, cut, or otherwise, there's several referrals to it as "Vault-Tec Corporation". Such as Vault 101 terminal entries, in the message from Stanislaus Braun. He of all people referring to it as that as well is convincing evidence. User OfficialLolGuy  OfficialLolGuy  Talk  Blog  08:42, January 15, 2014 (UTC)


I'm thinking of renaming the Vault-Tec article and just having the page title and name in the article as simply "Vault-Tec", due to several inconsistencies and mixed messages regarding the name. In the first game, there is only one instance of it being called "Industries". In FO3, it is only referred to as "Vault-Tec Corporation" and "Vault-Tec Inc". User OfficialLolGuy  OfficialLolGuy  Talk  Blog  19:55, February 7, 2014 (UTC)

Though this is an old message, I second this. "Space. The final frontier." ~The-Artist-64 (talk) 22:45, August 31, 2015 (UTC)The-Artist-64

Nuka World Ambitions?Edit

The Vault tour in Galactic world is interesting, because it most directly implies Vault-Tec's ambitions are galactic. Also worth noting is the amount of bureaucracy they had (with five forms needing to be done in quintiplicate on nearly identical yellow paper.)

Vault-Tec phone number Edit

The Notes section claims Vault-Tec phone number is 1-888-4VAULT-TEC, however this is a non-canonical easter-egg used to promote Fallout 3 starting with the 2008 E3 trailer. The phone system post-divergence uses a different alphanumeric dialing scheme that is incompatible with our own phone systems. A 1-888 number was used in order to provide a number fans could actually dial to hear a prerecorded message (as of the release of fallout 4 this could still be called). Some of this promotional art was recycled as in-game assets such as the vault-tec wall calendar in fallout 4 (and perhaps 3). However, the very first scene in Fallout 1 encourages viewers to call "KL-5743" to reserve their spot in the vault of the future.--Unin (talk) 04:01, July 18, 2017 (UTC)

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