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There are Vault 114 jumpsuitsEdit

I saw one in some streamer's inventory Big Danny K 11:46, November 6, 2015 (UTC)

You can find one when you fight that one mob boss.Greetings, I am the seventy-first Monitor! 01:02, November 14, 2015 (UTC)

A Michael O'Malley is listed as a potential resident of Vault 114, seen at the Check-In terminal. This is likely to be a reference to Boston actor Mike O'Malley.

I've went through the Vault twice (not including first go through) and have yet to find these 4 mini-nukes. The instructions says it's right before you enter the vault, if that's the case why isn't this notice on Park Street Station instead? I'm just confused as to where precisely this is as well as not sure if this is the right spot for this information (assuming it's correct).

There is a nuka-cola quantum at the end of a metro tunnel, in a cave-in, just before you turn left to the vault 114. Its between a wrecked car and a skeleton caught in the cave-in.

I dont think there is mini-nukes. Only found a safe and some more interesting loot on the location that best fits the description. Level dependant? (went through it level 12).

I've only got 1 vault 114 jumsuit, idk where did you find eleven of them as in the article... 02:36, February 6, 2016 (UTC)

Locations can be found at the linked Vault 114 jumpsuit article. --Alfwyn (talk) 02:54, February 6, 2016 (UTC)

Item respawning Edit

I just went back to Valt 114 looking for anti freeze bottles after only going through it once (roughly 40 levels ago) for the Unlikely Valentine quest. I noticed that nothing seemed to respawn.

Has else noticed this as well?

Vault Experiment never took place Edit

According to the Vault 114 loading screen, Vault 114 never finished its construction before the bombs fell, so the social experiment they had planned for it never took place, despite the fact they already had residences picked out and found a suitable Overseer. This seems further supported by the fact there is a lack of terminal entries or journals about what went on during the experiment or the fact there are no dead bodies inside the Vault, only in the construction areas. 01:45, January 19, 2016 (UTC)

Acording to a conversation the triggermen had it was never used. And just a construction project just to put people to work. --Dagbiker (talk) 04:21, January 20, 2016 (UTC)
The ghoul triggerman was assuming that the Vault was just busy work. Nobody back then knew Vault-Tec's true intentions with the Vaults, and Vault 114's own terminal entries clearly show they already had a social experiment planned out for it. They just never got to fulfill the plan because the bombs fell before construction was complete. 10:08, January 21, 2016 (UTC)

Astoundingly Awesome Tales #7 Edit

During my run, I found a magazine in the location mentioned, only it was issue #8 rather than #7.

Soup Can Harry Edit

The notes section surmises that the skeleton found in the cleaning room is Soup Can Harry, because he's surrounded by Abraxo and isn't wearing trousers. However in my unmodded copy of the game the caretaker *is* wearing pants, and there's no more Abraxo than you'd expect for a caretaker's room. Screenshot He has a pocket watch next to him. Is it just a random detail? 13:49, April 21, 2019 (UTC)

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