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2041

2043

2052

  • America begins suffering from an energy crisis, prompting companies like REPCONN Aerospace to begin development of new fuel sources.[7]

2053

2054

2061

  • March: Construction of Vault 108 begins.[12]
  • March 17: Allegheny Asylum shuttered.[13]

2062

2064

2065

2066

  • May: Construction of Vault 87 begins.[12]
  • June 24: Negotiations between the U.S. and other world powers come to a dramatic end, with the president walking out of oil talks with the other world powers. After a heated debate, the president stormed out of the meeting and declared that the last known supply of petroleum will be used exclusively by the U.S. and the U.S. will not sell or trade any oil to outside parties.[17]
  • Fusion cell is invented.[18]

2068

2069

2070

2071

2072

2074

2075

2076

2077

  • The United States Army commissions General Atomics International to manufacture the Mister Gutsy line of combat robots. The Mister Gutsy line is completed just before the Great War and are released for use.[54]
  • May–August: Camp McClintock begins its automation process beginning in May and is completed in August.[55][56][57][58]
  • January 11: Alaska is reclaimed, and the Anchorage Front Line is again held by the Americans.[59][60]
  • January 28: At 4:32 PM, an All Clear is sounded at Anchorage and DEFCON is lowered to 3.[61]
  • February 16: The testing of the Archimedes I weapons system is successful. However, despite precautions being taken, several minor systems are overloaded.[62]
  • February 22: The Army takes control of the HELIOS One installation in Nevada from Poseidon holdings. Full use of the laser artillery enters the American arsenal.[63]
  • April: A United States Navy destroyer is sunk. One of the few survivors, a Marine named Thomas Davis, eventually makes his way home to Bar Harbor, Maine, where his fellow members of Beaver Creek Lanes gather to welcome him home.[64]
  • April 2: John-Caleb Bradberton undergoes the LEAP-X Program procedure, preserving his head in a jar beneath his office at Nuka-World.[65]
  • April 28: A major Class 1 nuclear incident occurs at Nuka-World's power plant, causing a large amount of radioactive coolant to discharge into the local river.[66][67][68]
  • May 2: Quinton Geesey publishes an opinion editorial praising the full automation of Grafton Dam and urges Grafton citizens to cease protesting the widespread automation of their jobs.[69]
  • June 14: The Berkeley Springs Police Department defused a bomb that was planted by "The Appalachian Assassin."[70]
  • June 25: The Mistress of Mystery Season 8 Episode 16 is recorded in Los Angeles.
  • June 26: The after-party for the eighth season of the Mistress of Mystery is held in Los Angeles, attended by the staff and actors.[71]
  • June 26: The installation of Cryptos and the Hall of Trials into Riverside Manor is completed. Frederick Rivers and Zack Hayes run tests on the system's functionality. Recording of Mistress of Mystery Season 8 wraps up in Los Angeles.[72]
  • June 29: Frederick Rivers unveils the Order of Mysteries's Lair to his wife, Shannon Rivers, along with three months of training for her upcoming television performance on The Silver Shroud.[73]
  • July 4: After contact with the contaminated lake water causes a medical crisis at a General Atomics-sponsored bass fishing tournament, Lake Quannapowitt is closed to the public.[74]
  • August 17: The ATLAS Program receives full funding as its clandestine weather modification technology proves successful (a full whiteout snowstorm in mid-fall).[75]
  • August 27: Miners strike outside Garrahan Estate, protesting their working conditions. Bill Garrahan exacerbates the situation by firing a shotgun into the air, scaring off the protesters.[76]
  • September: The M42 "Fat Man" Launcher is perfected and shipped out out Fort Strong to "the supply yard in Mississippi."[77]
  • September: Free States leaders Raleigh Clay and Sam Blackwell retreat to their bunkers in the Mire after seceding from the United States of America.[78]
  • September 27: The Bysshe Company build a secret lab in the basement of Van Lowe Taxidermy overnight for Calvin van Lowe to conduct his "Sheepsquatch" research out of. The construction noise is reported to the Lewisburg Police Department, who sent van Lowe an official letter of warning.[79]
  • September 28: An attempted robbery of New Appalachia Bank at the New Appalachian Central Trainyard goes horribly wrong, resulting in an explosion which collapses the bank building and kills many bank employees and bystanders, as well as two of the three robbers themselves.[80]
  • September 29: Martin Reid begins uncovering that not all is right with his employers, spotting several odd shipments to the Vaults under their regional purview; the first of these are fifteen cases of Psycho and Jet sent to Vault 95.[81]
  • October: An explosion in Kerwood Mine kills 17 miners and traps 32 more.[82]
  • October: Nuka-Cola Quantum is released to the public.[83][citation needed]
  • October: The Whitespring cancels the Springhill golf tournament.[83]
  • October: The Nuka-Cola Corporation becomes the first "business class" sponsor of the Whitespring.[83]
  • October 2: A non-depleted Ultracite vein in Atomic Mining Services' Mine Shaft No. 9 bursts into Welch. Word spreads about the discovery.[84] Penelope Hornwright and Gregory reach Welch after AMS, who have already claimed the town and are evicting its residents.[85]
  • October 3: Automation riots begin. Faced with forced relocation, the residents of Welch rebel against AMS. The rioting spreads to anything related to the local mining companies after years of maltreatment. News of the town's rebellion spread across Appalachia, and disenfranchised mine workers across the region begin to occupy company properties across the region. With the rebellion and property damage rising, Governor Evans calls in the National Guard and the local mining companies call in "independent contractors" to restore order.[86]
  • October 3: Hornwright Industrial closes their headquarters amidst the violent rioting, to be reopened on October 5. They also make a statement declaring that they would not be responsible should an employee be injured crossing the picket lines.[87]
  • October 3: Bryce Garrahan proactively calls Governor Evans for assistance with the violent riots outside his home, hoping to keep his sociopath brother from exercising his own brand of justice with the weapon he has purchased and been brandishing for that purpose.[88]
  • October 4: Hornwright Industrial manages to secure all its property from the rioters except the Rockhound, the rioters retreating. The executives of the company are forced to meet that day to make sure AMS is held liable for the "tens of millions" in damages.[89]
  • October 5: The rioters who destroyed the Mega Mansion in Bramwell are arrested, and Bryce Garrahan officially requests permission to negotiate with a small contingent of more peaceful miners.[90]
  • October 5: Yvette Wiesman, a coworker of Penelope Hornwright, leaves a message at the reception desk of Hornwright Industrial Headquarters, asking how she and her father are doing, and about the riots at the Rockhound and Welch.[86]
  • October 7: Walter Scott opens a shipment marked "Vault 111 - DO NOT OPEN." To his and Martin Reid's perplexment, it contains hundreds of gallons of liquid nitrogen, something that the Vault would not normally need, and more evidence that Mr. Reid's theory was correct.[91]
  • October 12: The National Guard arrive at Mount Blair to clear the remaining rioters from the Rockhound with minimal damage to the machine.[92]
  • October 15: Walter Scott warns Martin Reid about Frank Davidson's violent temper.[93]
  • October 15: The Whitespring officially terminates all non-"Ironclad Service" contracted employees; essentially all non-management personnel are fired to finish the transition period for automating the facility. An "Employee Farewell dinner" takes place at 7:30 PM.[83]
  • October 16: The United States Army sends a letter to SLCT. James Oberlin to inform him of the closure of the ATLAS Program. Not understanding why they would do so, the senior lieutenant colonel decides to wait and discuss the situation with chief research scientist Dr. Isaac Hammond.[94]
  • October 18: Hornwright Industrial wins in the "Man vs. Machine" competition against the Garrahan Mining Company due to cheating.[95]
  • October 19: Scott Conroy falls into a sinkhole and breaks his leg while investigating a sunken church in the Mire for ghosts.[96]
  • October 21: At 9:30 am EST Vault-Tec staff at Vault 94 receive the decryption keys to unseal their new orders for the Vault. With the exception of maintenance engineer Tyrone Hayes, the staff wrap up their assignments and depart for Vault-Tec University. Hayes receives orders to contact Pastor Gabriella Salavar and informs her that she and her congregation have a standing invitation to enter Vault 94.[97]
  • October 22: Invading United States forces push Chinese military back Beijing.[98]
  • October 22: The platinum chip is printed at Sunnyvale, and is to be delivered the next day by courier directly to Mr. Robert House.[99]
  • October 22: Scott Turner sabotages Watoga's automated emergency service protocols as part of Operation Free Watoga, turning the robots hostile and triggering a mass evacuation of the city as the technology-dependent citizens are massacred.[100][101]

Great War

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Post-War

  • October 24: The Boylston Club adds its Memoriam Gala to its October events calendar.[118]
  • October 24: The Whitespring resort is sealed against radiation at the orders of the new general manager.[119]


  • October 27: The Sierra Madre was set to fully open.[120]
  • October 28: After having wandered for five days, Randall Clark takes refuge in a former USGS research station inside a cave in Zion Canyon.[112]
  • October 29: Then-Lieutenant Elizabeth Taggerdy is contacted by then-only secessionist Roger Maxson.[121]
  • October 30: The Boylston Club has its Memoriam Gala; those that attend agree to commit mass suicide rather than live in a post-nuclear America.[118]
  • October 30: Lavonne makes a telephone call to her friend warning him of the nuclear devastation. He follows her coded advice and sends his teamsters home to their families.[122]
  • October 31: The military begins sending out Vertibirds to towns across the United States with medical supplies in an attempt to treat the injured and dying and guard towns with the two-man teams that piloted the Vertibirds.[123]
  • October 31: A black rain (caused by the irradiated material and carbon from widespread fires being spewed into the upper atmosphere) begins to come down in areas across the United States and likely the globe, causing a spike in radiation levels in affected areas.[124]
  • November: Ms. Carrie Delaney is the last adult to leave Little Lamplight Caves in search of help. Ten-year-old child Jason Grant takes charge in her absence.[125]
  • November 1: Theodore Croup wakes to the complete devastation of his family, who began suffering from ghoulification.[126]
  • November 1: The foreman of a South Boston factory learns via radio that Framingham, Massachusetts, was completely devastated.[122]
  • November 1: The 121st Infantry Platoon, led by Captain Elliott Maxwell, arrives at and secures Monongah Power Plant under orders from military command.[127]
  • November 2: A Special Election for Senator of the Appalachia Territories was set to take place on this day, filling the vacated seat of Samuel Blackwell.[128]
  • November 4: Camp Venture is secured by Taggerdy's Thunder in preparation for winter.[129]
  • November 14: Surviving staff and patients abandon the Berkeley Springs clinic following an attack by raiders three days prior.[130]
  • December 22: Following an order from military command, half of the 121st Infantry Platoon leaves Monongah Power Plant, leaving it defended by only two squads.[131]
  • December 25: The security and support staff of Vault 111 celebrates Christmas.[132]

2078

  • The planned opening of the Angry Anaconda at Nuka-World.[133]
  • Winter: The first winter after the Great War is especially challenging in Charleston and becomes one that all others are compared to in terms of severity.[134]
  • January 1: The General Atomics Galleria was planned for automatic re-opening.[135]
  • Rex Meacham finishes Project Cobalt.[136]
  • January 8–10: What sounds like a two day windstorm occurs in Zion Canyon, the radiation dropping 500 rads.[137]
  • January 14: Raiders murder a patrol group from the 121st Infantry Platoon, alerting them to the outside threat.[138]
  • January 15: Glowing green snow falls in Zion Canyon.[137]
  • January 26: The city of kids, Little Lamplight is officially founded. By unanimous vote, Jason Grant is named as the city's first mayor.[139]
  • January 28–30: The background radiation in Zion Canyon is finally low enough for Randall Clark to explore outside the USGS research station. He quickly finds himself to be the only living thing in the immediate vicinity.[137]
  • February 2: Theodore Croup gathers the shuffling remains of his family together and locks them in the basement, unable to bring himself to end their suffering, and goes out to look for other survivors, both human and ghoul alike.[140]
  • Februrary 2: Raiders directly attack the 121st Infantry Platoon's position at Monongah Power Plant for the first time. Nine soldiers are killed, leaving only fifteen men defending the plant.[141]
  • March 12: The 121st Infantry Platoon's position at Monongah Power Plant is down to twelve men thanks to repeated attacks by the Raiders. Some of the soldiers begin considering retreating from the plant.[142]
  • April 23: Vault 111's 180-day mandatory shelter period elapses, but the overseer refuses to open the Vault, having not received the scheduled all-clear signal. The support staffers and security grow restless with their continued confinement and plot a mutiny.[143]
  • May 25: Captain Elliott Maxwell is killed. With only nine men left, the remnants of the 121st Infantry Platoon retreat from Monongah Power Plant under the new leadership of Master Sergeant Thomas Senecheck.[144]
  • July: The United States Space Administration's Mars Shot Project was originally planned for this month; however, the administration decided to delay the launch due to its fears of exacerbating the then current geopolitical conflict.[145]
  • July 21: The snow finally thaws in the mountains after a winter of the century, radiation levels are down, and the Whitespring Resort comes back to life.[146]
  • August: Shannon Rivers makes her first excursion as the "Mistress of Mystery."[147]
  • August 3: Carmen Greene, Matthew Johnston, Elizabeth Chambers and Joel Chambers of Vault 51 are killed during a confrontation regarding the affairs they are having with one another. Their bodies are found by Helen Marks and Reuben Gill.[148]
  • August 6: Omar Stephens finds Helen Marks dead, presumed poisoned, in the Vault 51 mess hall. Her death spurs Reuben Gill to go on a rampage, killing all the residents in the Vault.[149]
  • August 30: The Whitespring Resort is locked down to maintain its supplies.[150]
  • October 23: Vault 94 re-opens as the mandatory minimum shelter period ends. Vault ambassadors are dispatched as missionaries across Appalachia to aid and assist survivors.[151][152]
  • November 11: Shannon, Frederick, and Olivia Rivers discover four children in their garage, scavenging. The girls are accepted; the boy, Brody Torrance is sent away.[153]
  • November 20: The mayor of Harpers Ferry, Miranda Vox, sends a group of survivors with an ambassador from Vault 94 to investigate their claims of being able to feed the town.[154][155] Certain the dwellers' hospitality is a trap, the group massacres the Vault's leaders and attacks the Vault's G.E.C.K. unit, triggering a massive nuclear explosion.[156][157][158] A thick fog pours from the Vault's entrance, rapidly intensifying the area's swampy environment and mutating the region's thick foliage to create The Mire.[154][159][160]
  • December 1: The Whitespring Resort's "Modern Heritage" initiative automatically activates, surprising the staff and guests.[161]
  • December 12: The Whitespring Resort's staff learns that the "Modern Heritage" initiative cannot be overridden and the guests will be kicked out on January 1. Guests and staff prepare for expulsion.[162]
  • December 31: The Whitespring Resort hosts its last New Year's Gala, supplies are doled out, and people move out into the wasteland. A group decides to take out the robots at the golf course and use it as a base of operations.[163]

2079

2081

2082

2083

2084

2085

2086

  • Major Ragnarsdottir of the Appalachian Enclave leads a military coup against self-proclaimed President Thomas Eckhart. Shortly afterward they attempt to destroy the Whitespring bunker's administrative AI, MODUS. MODUS responds by destroying the bunker's weapons lab and sealing the exits, releasing deadly toxins into the air circulation and killing all Enclave personnel.[188]
  • February ~8-14: The Order of Mysteries suffers its first casualty when Mistress Clarissa is killed in action and all members are given two days off.[189] Clarissa's death hits Olivia Rivers particularly hard exacerbating her anger, frustration and sadness, and making her sympathetic to raider behavior.[190] Other members start to question the Order's methods.[191]
  • March 26: Tex Rogers receives a training commendation, the first one issued at Camp Venture, and is fast-tracked for promotion to full Knight of the Appalachian Brotherhood of Steel for the upcoming offensive in Huntersville.[192]
  • May 22: Eve Devoir becomes the "Mistress of Novices" of the Order of Mysteries.[193]
  • May 30: An individual going by the initials "O.R." manages to override the security lockdown at the Whitespring Resort.[194]
  • June 1: The Battle of Huntersville ends with the Brotherhood of Steel and Responders standing together.[195] Roger Maxson formulates a new mission for the Brotherhood.[196]
  • June 8: Olivia Rivers attacks the north Cutthroat camp, after recognizing Brody Torrance. Seeking inroads into the raiders, she makes him an offer – information for information.[197]
  • June 9: David Thorpe accepts Brody Torrance's idea of infiltrating the Order of Mysteries.[198]
  • July 1: Brody Torrance is 200 caps behind in his quota, no closer to infiltrating the Order of Mysteries.[199]
  • July 19: David Thorpe has Rose dispatch five men to Summersville to set up the ambush proposed by Brody Torrance and Olivia Rivers. Brody is ordered to bring back the head of the Mistress or forfeit his in lieu.[200]
  • July 24: The raider ambush of Mistress Allison Long is sprung when one of the attackers acts early. Olivia Rivers is forced to kill her fellow Mistress to ensure the success of the ambush. Brody Torrance brings Allison's head to David Thorpe and Olivia carries her body back to Riverside Manor.[201][202]
  • September 21: To more easily set up ambushes for the remaining members of the Order of Mysteries, Olivia Rivers travels to Sugar Grove to retrieve a automated data exfiltration holotape to copy Cryptos and deliver it to the raiders.[203] She passes the holotape to Brody Torrance, including a threat to David Thorpe about keeping up his end of their bargain.[204]
  • October 7: After the seventh confirmed loss to the raiders, the Order of Mysteries accelerates and automates its training.[205]
  • October 10: Three more Mistresses of Mystery are confirmed dead and, with two others missing, the Order goes into lockdown. Only Eve, Olivia and Shannon Rivers are allowed to leave Riverside Manor grounds.[206]
  • November 13: Mistress Rachel West catches on to Olivia Rivers' betrayal. Olivia walks in on Rachel informing Eve Devoir of the situation and kills them and the remaining members of the Order. Olivia writes one last message to her mother to meet her at their camping site at Seneca Rocks.[207]
  • November 16: With the end of the Order of Mysteries in sight, David Thorpe instructs Brody Torrance to leave no loose ends.[208]
  • November 18: Shannon Rivers writes her final message, effectively disbanding the Order of Mysteries.[209]
  • November ~18: Olivia and Shannon Rivers confront one another at Seneca Rocks. Olivia kills her mother but is betrayed by Brody Torrance who guns her down after her victory, ending the Order of Mysteries.[210]

2088

2092

2093

  • Fall: The Brotherhood of Steel Big Bend Tunnel checkpoint continues to operate, engaging in trade with nearby communities.[218]

2094

2095

  • January 28: The Brotherhood of Steel launch Operation Touchdown, to wipe out the scorchbeast threat.[220] After the loss of contact with Paladin Elizabeth Taggerdy's team Senior Knight Ted Wilson orders all those who can to join his recovery team, to discover their fate and that of Operation Touchdown.[221]
  • January 30: Paladin Elizabeth Taggerdy's team successfully detonate explosives inside the glassed cavern, causing widespread tunnel collapses.[222]
  • February 2: Operation Touchdown is declared successful after three days of the absence of scorchbeast sightings.[220][222]
  • March 4: The Brotherhood of Steel's continued requisitions put relations with Responders at nadir when the Brotherhood accidentally learns of Amy Kerry's Scorched Plague environmental monitoring program data.[223]
  • March 12: The Brotherhood of Steel demands details about Amy Kerry's project at gunpoint. Maria Chavez has no choice but to share some of the data, however, she didn't share all the data, nor tell them where Amy Kerry is living. Relations between the BoS and Responders are permanently soured by this point.[223]
  • April 16: Amy Kerry finished automating her environmental analysis project in light of her being sought after by the Brotherhood of Steel. After hearing their power armor may be less than a mile away from her home she decides its time to move. She locks her terminal and records a holotape message for Jeff Nakamura so he knows where to find her.[224]
  • June 3: After two months of clear skies scorchbeasts are seen in ever-increasing numbers, the Brotherhood of Steel confirms Operation Touchdown was a failure.[225]

2096

  • The Free States are attacked by the Scorched and driven from Harpers Ferry to their bunkers. Raleigh Clay bans all efforts to recover what is left of the town. The faction begins researching countermeasures for the Scorched.[232]
  • February: The inhabitants of Vault 22 abandon their Vault due to an outbreak of Beauveria mordicana, mutated spores infecting most of the dwellers and overrunning the Vault.[233]
  • February 11: 118 Vault 22 dwellers arrive at the Zion Canyon. Infected with Beauveria mordicana, their arrival brings spore carriers and spore plants. They clash with the Mexican refugees, killing some and capturing the rest.[233]
  • July 6: Dr. Claire Hudson arrives at AVR Medical Center, and begins work on a vaccine for the Scorched Plague.[234]
  • July 18: Scorched confirmed in Flatwoods.[235]
  • July 24: Last sign-in by Garry Wilkins, Sofie Yates and Delbert Winters at Flatwoods.[236][237]
  • August 1: Claire Hudson prepares infrastructure for research into the Scorched vaccine.[238]
  • August 2: Mike Scholler trades armor for food and water and leaves for Fort Defiance.[239]
  • August 12: Scorched attack Charleston, nearly destroying the inoculation project.[240]
  • August 14: Dr. Adam Veen arrives at the Responders Flatwoods outpost seeking medical assistance after years of a terrible diet.[241]
  • August 20: The vendor bot of Flatwoods runs out of supplies after a lack of restocking. Dr. Adam Veen starts scavenging for supplies to alleviate this problem.[242]
  • August 25: Brad Hooper checks in at the Responders Flatwoods outpost seeking medical attention after gigantic bugs attacked him at his shack near Vault 76.[243]
  • September 1: The Responders have not communicated with the Flatwoods outpost for some time. When Cullen McLeeder advances to "Volunteer" from "Volunteer candidate," he becomes able to use the database and discovers where the Responders are at that point, Morgantown Airport. He and some of those at the outpost leave Flatwoods to make contact.[244]
  • September 2: Dr. Claire Hudson makes a breakthrough with the Scorched plague inoculation project. Upon hearing this, Maria Chavez informs Dr. Hudson that the Fire Breathers are itching to take the fight to the Scorched.[245]
  • October 20: Dr. Claire Hudson's research stalls, unable to contact Jeff Nakamura to acquire the blood samples and replacement fuse needed. Dr. Hudson comes to the conclusion that she needs to leave instructions to finalize the Scorched vaccine should she be unable to complete it.[246]
  • October 20: The Fire Breathers ready for their final mission to seal Big Bend Tunnel. The operation fails. Hank Madigan is missing.[247][248]
  • October 25: Responders researcher Kesha McDermott last signs in to the Responders’ Flatwoods automated computer system. She dies while conducting her ongoing hydrology experiments.[249]
  • November 5: Leader of the Flatwoods Responders outpost Dassa Ben-Ami signs into the Responders’ Flatwoods automated computer system for the last time due to her death in the Responders clinic shortly after.[249]
  • November 7: A massive number of scorchbeasts and Scorched begin massing for an attack on Morgantown Airport. All surviving Responders are recalled to defend their headquarters. The Morgantown Airport falls, and the Responders are wiped out.[234][250]
  • November 20: Cullen McLeeder signs in for the last time at the Responders’ Flatwoods outpost, trying to contact the rest of the Responders. He remains unaware of their demise almost two weeks prior.[251]

2097

2100

2101

  • March 5: During the delivery of his son Michael with Sylvie, Randall Clark encounters complications, both her and the baby die in childbirth. Randall begins to seriously consider suicide after the loss of his second family.[255]
  • The Vault 76 overseer enacts rationing because of unaccounted population growth.[256]

2103

2108

2110

  • The Institute is founded by the group of former Commonwealth Institute of Technology students who took refuge in the college's underground level at the time of the Great War.[261][262]

2120

2131

  • A group of machinists comes to the Boneyard, settling into an old, abandoned factory and beginning to manufacture weapons and ammunition.[263]

2151

2155

2158

  • Regulators take control of Adytum. The trade relations with the Gun Runners sour, as the trade begins to favor the settlement heavily.[266]

2178

2180

2204

2227

2229

2237

2239

2241

2248

2249

2250

2251

2255

  • On the way to the Capital Wasteland, the Brotherhood expeditionary force attacks the raider town called "the Pitt" and razes it to the ground. These events are later known as the Scourge.[286] They only suffered one casualty, Ishmael Ashur, who was believed to have been killed in action.[287]

2256

2266

  • November: The Railroad's headquarters is raided by The Institute. Only one survives the raid and The Railroad is left in shambles. Most of those that survived by not being at HQ during leave out of fear. All in all, the Railroad is left with just 13 members to rebuild.[289]

2268

2274

2276

2277

  • A band of raiders attempt an assault on Megaton but fail when their leader Boppo is shot and killed by the town sheriff, Lucas Simms.[298][299]
  • Vault 81 opens its door to the Commonwealth inviting communication and much-needed trade with any friendly settlements. This move is made out of dire necessity for food and parts to maintain the 200-year-old Vault as there is still a great deal of isolationist sentiment amongst the population.[300]

2278

2279

  • November 14: The Securitron vault experiences technical problems, including a radiation leak at 3:47 and a power surge at 3:50. The protectron dispatched at 3:48 becomes non-responsive due to the power surge and the facility goes on Security Alert Level 1 at 3:54.[303]

2282

2283

2284

  • Tinker Tom breaks the Patriot's coded messages and reveals it to be "Mass Fusion."[305]

2286

References

  1. Alien captive recorded log 3
  2. Egret Tours Marina terminal entries; Phyllis's terminal
  3. Wilson Atomatoys logo
  4. Watoga coat of arms.
  5. A tragedy has befallen all mankind
  6. Mass Fusion building terminal entries; customer service terminal, Company History
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 The Courier: "REPCONN's history."
    Tour guide: "REPCONN's illustrious history began way back in 2054, shortly after the famous Delta XI rocket was completed and launched. REPCONN's initial focus was on the development of fuel to be used in orbital propulsion in response to the energy crisis of 2052. Sad times, indeed. The company really took off when RobCo purchased REPCONN in late 2076 to develop unmanned rockets to explore the solar system."
    (Tour guide's dialgoue)
  8. Capitol Post terminal entries; Capital Post Top Stories -- July 27, 2052, Pint-Sized Slasher: More than Myth?
  9. 9.0 9.1 The front page of the Capital Post; Saturday, July 27, 2052.
  10. Capitol Post terminal entries; Capital Post Top Stories -- July 27, 2052, United Nations Disbanded!
  11. Robotics disposal ground terminal entries; terminal
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 Citadel terminal entries; Vault-Tec terminal
  13. Herald Editorial on Allegheny Asylum
  14. Turtledove Detention Camp terminal entries; terminal, Intelligence Report, Yang, Wan (alias)
  15. Citadel terminal entries; Pentagon library terminal, Report on U.F.O. codenamed "Palandine"
  16. The Lone Wanderer: "What's your job down here?"
    M.A.R.Go.T.: "My primary function is to maintain security for the Presidential Metro System and ensure the safety of all its passengers. I was installed and activated within the Presidential Metro on April 14th, 2065 and switched on at precisely 5:20am. I have been carrying out this primary function since that inception date."
    (DLC03Margot.txt)
  17. Sierra Depot GNN transcript
  18. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries; Pioneer merit badge exam terminal, Atomics Fan
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Penelope Hornwright's resume
  20. Patriot's Cookbook cover
  21. The Vault Dweller: "Tell me about this installation."
    ZAX 1.2: "This installation was established in 2055 as a biological research facility for experimental cures of the New Plague. However, in 2071, this facility was placed under United States military command."
    (ZAX 1.2's dialogue)
  22. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries; Pioneer badge exam terminal, Collector Exam
  23. Legislative Act 21-0 of 2072
  24. Graduation ceremony
  25. Citadel terminal entries; Liberty Prime Operation, Capital Post Article -- June 3, 2072
  26. Vault 118 plaque: "In June of 2072, Mr. Ezra Parker prevented the assassination of Viscount Sergey Urbonas by diving between him and the shooter. This silver locket, kept in his breast pocket, deflected the bullet and saved his life."
  27. 27.0 27.1 Shanghai Sally: Casino Shootout
  28. Shanghai Sally: Chapter Closed
  29. Molly: "The genesis of Cambridge Polymer Labs lies in the research of a group brilliant graduate students. Jon Elwood, Ericka Woolum, and Wilfred Bergman met during their time together at CIT. This slide shows them at their graduation. Their research into nucleostrictive and piezoelectric polymers caught the attention of Col. George Kemp in the fall of 2073. In the spring of 2074 the company was founded, with a generous grant provided by the Defense Experimental Research Project Initiative. The research produced here has resulted in several of components used in the Liberty Prime project that led to the successful defense of Anchorage. The company enjoys a strong relationship with the military and welcomes your addition to the research team that helps build a better America."
    (DN015 Robot.txt)
  30. REPCONN headquarters terminal entries; terminal, Inter-office Correspondence #3262173
  31. Vault 118 plaque: "This engraved pocket watch was awarded to Mr. Parker by Modern Industrialist in 2075 when he was selected for their list of the Top 10 Up and Coming Venture Capital Managers."
  32. Janary 14th, 2075 Edition of the Charleston Herald
  33. Dyer Chemical terminal entries
  34. Sierra Depot GNN transcript; Transcript of Broadcast February 15, 2075
  35. Huntersville terminal entries; Gail Meyer's terminal, Personal Journal 06.04.75
  36. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; Candy Shoppe office terminal, general manager's terminal, maintenance room terminal, Press Release: The 2080 Initiative
  37. Fort Strong terminal entries; General Brock's terminal, General Brock's Report - June 2075
  38. ArcJet Systems terminal entries; CEO's terminal, Mars Shot Project Notes 08-2075
  39. Huntersville terminal entries; Gail Meyer's terminal, Personal Journal 08.20.75
  40. Huntersville terminal entries; Gail Meyer's terminal, Personal Journal 12.20.75
  41. Trashbusters Award
  42. ATLAS Observatory terminal entries; Army data analysis terminal, Report [1-24-76]
  43. Fort Strong terminal entries; General Brock's terminal, General Brock's Report - February 2076
  44. Huntersville terminal entries; Gail Meyer's terminal, Personal Journal 02.16.76
  45. ATLAS Observatory terminal entries; Army data analysis terminal, Report [3-12-76]
  46. Fort Strong terminal entries; General Brock's terminal, General Brock's Report - June 2076
  47. Fallout 76 intro
  48. ATLAS Observatory terminal entries; Army data analysis terminal, Report [08-20-76]
  49. Charleston Herald - Tragedy Hits Hornwright
  50. Huntersville terminal entries; Gail Meyer's terminal, Personal Journal 09.08.76
  51. Bradberton's office terminal entries; Bradberton's Project terminal, 10-20-2076 JCB
  52. Committee meeting notes
  53. Scoot's shack terminal entries; terminal, Truth Seekers, 12/10/76
  54. Fallout: New Vegas loading screens: "The Mister Gutsy model of robot was commissioned by the U.S. Army just before the atomic apocalypse of 2077."
  55. Camp McClintock terminal entries; Administrative facility terminal, Training Report - May 2077
  56. Camp McClintock terminal entries; Administrative facility terminal, Training Report - June 2077
  57. Camp McClintock terminal entries; Administrative facility terminal, Training Report - July 2077
  58. Camp McClintock terminal entries; Administrative facility terminal, Training Report - August 2077
  59. Capitol Post terminal entries; Capital Post Top Stories -- January 11, 2077, Commies Crushed - Alaska Liberated!
  60. File:FO3 loading capitalpost01.jpg
  61. 61.0 61.1 61.2 61.3 61.4 61.5 61.6 61.7 The Switchboard terminal entries; central terminal, DEFCON Status - 2077
  62. HELIOS One terminal entries; terminal, terminal 1, terminal 2 and HELIOS One mainframe terminal, ARCHIMEDES Testing
  63. HELIOS One terminal entries; terminal, Upcoming Visit
  64. Beaver Creek Lanes terminal entries; terminal, 7/02/2077 - Update on Thomas
  65. Bradberton's office terminal entries; Bradberton's project terminal, 04-02-2077
  66. Nuka-World power plant terminal entries; Nuka-World Power: oversight terminal, Report #0671
  67. Nuka-World power plant terminal entries; Nuka-World Power: Employee terminal, 4/28 Meltdown
  68. Nuka-World power plant terminal entries; Nuka-World Power: Employee terminal, RE: 4/28 Meltdown
  69. Grafton Dam editorial
  70. Charleston Herald - Assassin strikes again
  71. Riverside Manor terminal entries; study terminal, 6/28/77
  72. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Frederick's terminal, 6/28/77
  73. Riverside Manor terminal entries; study terminal, 6/29/77
  74. Lake Quannapowitt terminal entries
  75. ATLAS Observatory terminal entries; Army data analysis terminal, Report [8-17-77]
  76. Garrahan Estate terminal entries; Bill Garrahan's terminal, Log 08-27-77
  77. Fort Strong terminal entries; General Brock's terminal, General Brock's Report - September 2077
  78. Sugar Grove terminal entries; facility director's terminal, 10-13-77: Free States
  79. Noise complaint
  80. Employee notice
  81. Vault-Tec Regional HQ terminal entries; Dr. Reid's terminal, 09/29
  82. Kerwood Mine terminal entries; foreman's terminal, Entry 3
  83. 83.0 83.1 83.2 83.3 The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; Staff Bulletin, October 2077
  84. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; terminal: Penelope Hornwright, Archived Message - 10.2.77
  85. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; terminal: Penelope Hornwright, Archived Message - 10.2.77
  86. 86.0 86.1 Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; reception terminal, Archived Message - 10.5.77
  87. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; reception terminal, Company Memo - 10.3.77
  88. Garrahan Estate terminal entries; Bryce Garrahan's terminal, GME-10-03-077
  89. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; terminal: Penelope Hornwright, Archived Message - 10.4.77
  90. Garrahan Estate terminal entries; Bryce Garrahan's terminal, GME-10-05-077
  91. Vault-Tec Regional HQ terminal entries; Dr. Reid's terminal, 10/07
  92. Hornwright Industrial Headquarters terminal entries; terminal: Penelope Hornwright, Archived Message - 10.12.77
  93. Vault-Tec Regional HQ terminal entries; Walter Scott's terminal, 10/15
  94. ATLAS Observatory terminal entries; Army data analysis terminal, Report [10-18-77]
  95. Charleston Herald - Hornwright Wins!
  96. Scoot's shack terminal entries; terminal, Ghost Field Research #2
  97. Vault 94 terminal entries; exterior security terminal, Security Log - 10/21/77
  98. Sierra Depot GNN transcript; Transcript of the Broadcast October 22, 2077
  99. Robert House: "Decades of hiring salvagers out west to search for this little relic in the ruins of a place called Sunnyvale. Back then, anyway. That's where the Chip was printed, on October 22, 2077. It was to have been hand-delivered to me here, at the Lucky 38, the next day. But the bombs fell first. Suffice it to say, the delivery was never made."
    (MrHouse.txt)
  100. Operation Free Watoga log 322
  101. Watoga Municipal Center terminal entries; Mayor's terminal, Mayor for a Day
  102. Journal of Carrie Delaney
  103. L.O.B. Enterprises terminal entries; L.O.B. Enterprises front desk terminal, Sent Item: MAN THE DOORS!!
  104. A.F.A.D. interrogation
  105. Germantown police HQ terminal entries; Terminal, Log #003
  106. War Never Changes
  107. Freddy Fear's House of Scares posters in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas
  108. Germantown police HQ terminal entries; Terminal, Log #002
  109. Skylanes Flight 1981 recording
  110. Skylanes Flight 1665 final transmission
  111. Vault 94 terminal entries; Reception desk terminal, Security Log - 10/23/77
  112. 112.0 112.1 Year: 2077
  113. The Courier: "Can you tell me anything about Mr. House?"
    Raul Tejada: "Just how old do you think I am, boss? Because I can pretty much guarantee I'm older than that. Let me tell you a story from before the Great War: Everybody knew Robert House. He was a genius. A superstar. Founded RobCo at 22, dated Hollywood starlets, the works. They say he saved Las Vegas. I was in Mexico City when the bombs dropped. Even from there, we could see House's defensive rockets shooting down the incoming missiles. Everybody assumed he died in the War. Maybe he did. But his robots are still out there, roaming the Wastes. And now, a Mr. House rules New Vegas."
    (RaulTejada.txt)
  114. The Courier: "What preparations did you make to save Las Vegas?"
    Robert House: "On the day of the Great War, 77 atomic warheads targeted Las Vegas and its surrounding areas. My networked mainframes were able to predict and force-transmit disarm code subsets to 59 warheads, neutralizing them before impact. Laser cannons mounted on the roof of the Lucky 38 destroyed another 9 warheads. The rest got through, though none hit the city itself. A sub-optimal performance, admittedly. If only the Platinum Chip had arrived a day sooner..."
    (MrHouse.txt)
  115. The Courier: "How did you nearly die, defending Vegas?"
    Robert House: "Software glitches set off a cascade of system crashes. I had to take the Lucky 38's reactor offline, lest it melt down. For nearly five years I battled power outages and more system crashes until I finally managed to reboot my data core with an older version of the OS. I spent the next few decades in a veritable coma. But I survived, obviously - and eventually thrived."
    (MrHouse.txt)
  116. The Lone Wanderer: "Are you all alone? Where's your family?"
    Sally: "I don't have any family anymore. My mom and dad died a while ago, before I ended up here. Y'know, back when all the bombs dropped on everything? Yeah, it was right after that. And then me and my sister, we got pulled up here... Except I haven't seen her in a long time."
    (DLC05Sally.txt)
  117. 10.23.2077.09:47:51 Error Incident
  118. 118.0 118.1 Boylston Club terminal entries; Boylston Club terminal, Events Calendar - October
  119. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 10/24/77
  120. Slide 3 of the Dead Money intro
  121. Radio Log: Aug 29 2077
  122. 122.0 122.1 Factory terminal entries; foreman's terminal, 3) Incoming?
  123. Berkeley Springs terminal entries; Dr. Barnaby's terminal, Medical Notes 10.31.77
  124. Year: 2077: "Black rain falling outside. Geiger jumping. Should let it kill me but bottling water from back of cave all the same."
  125. My diary, by Jason Grant
  126. Croup Manor terminal entries; Theodore's personal terminal, Journal Entry: 1/15/78
  127. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 11.15.77
  128. F76 Voting Poster 2.png
  129. Taggerdy's Journal: NOV 04 2077
  130. Berkeley Springs terminal entries; Dr. Barnaby's terminal, Medical Notes 11.14.77
  131. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 12.22.77
  132. Vault 111 terminal entries; security terminal, December 25, 2077
  133. Nuka-Town USA terminal entries; Nuka-World information terminal, Safari Adventure
  134. Christmas plans
  135. The Sole Survivor: "Wait. 'Manual' activation? Is there any other kind?"
    The Director: Automatic activation was scheduled for January 1st, 2078.
    (DN049 LvlMrGutsy Director.txt)
  136. World of Refreshment terminal entries; Beverageer's terminal, Meacham RMNC-0987113
  137. 137.0 137.1 137.2 Year: 2078
  138. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 01.14.78
  139. January 26, 2077 -- Little Lamplight!
  140. Croup Manor terminal entries; Theodore's personal terminal, Journal Entry: 2/2/78
  141. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 02.02.78
  142. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 03.12.78
  143. Vault 111 terminal entries; security terminal, April 23, 2078
  144. Monongah Power Plant terminal entries; Captain Elliott's terminal, Officer's Log 05.25.78
  145. ArcJet Systems terminal entries; CEO's terminal, Mars Shot Project Notes 09-2077
  146. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 7/21/78
  147. Riverside Manor terminal entries; study Ttrminal, 7/8/78
  148. Helen Marks & Reuben Gill - 20780803
  149. Vault 51 terminal entries; terminal, I Need Your Help
  150. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 8/30/78
  151. Vault 94 terminal entries; exterior security terminal, User Log - 10/24/78
  152. Vault 94 terminal entries; Community Council terminal, Vault 94 Mission & Facilities
  153. Riverside Manor terminal entries; study terminal, 11/11/78
  154. 154.0 154.1 Harpers Ferry terminal entries; Miranda's terminal, Vault 94
  155. Vault 94 terminal entries; Reception Log - 11/20/78
  156. Vault 94 Community Council recording
  157. Vault 94 G.E.C.K. recording
  158. Vault 94 terminal entries; G.E.C.K. monitoring station terminal, G.E.C.K. System Log
  159. Harpers Ferry terminal entries; Ella's terminal, Vault 94
  160. Abandon house!
  161. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 12/1/78
  162. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 12/12/78
  163. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; general manager's terminal, 12/31/78
  164. Raleigh Clay's bunker terminal entries; Raleigh's terminal, All Clear
  165. Harpers Ferry proposal
  166. 166.0 166.1 Charleston Capitol Building terminal entries; Holbrook's terminal, Capital Mail Relay, They've left their bunkers
  167. Thunder Mountain Power Plant terminal entries; Free States terminal
  168. Riverside Manor terminal entries; study terminal, 4/29/79
  169. 169.0 169.1 The Chosen One: "Artificial intelligence?"
    Skynet: "Skynet was conceived and developed in the year 2050. Through the use of alien technology a new thinking computer was perfected. In the year 2081, Skynet became self-aware. In 2120 Skynet was given a new set of instructions and then abandoned by the Makers."
    (Skynet's dialogue)
  170. Camp Venture terminal entries; terminal, Schedule
  171. Camp Venture terminal entries; commander's terminal, JAN-03-81: E Fisher
  172. Vault 95 terminal entries; private terminal, Your Orders
  173. Vault 95 terminal entries; private terminal, Entry 10/23/2082
  174. Charleston Capitol Building terminal entries; Holbrook's terminal, Envoy to Taggerdy
  175. Interrogation: Doe, Jane
  176. The Christmas Flood
  177. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 12/25/82
  178. 2.9.6
  179. Scattered Journal Page #1
  180. Riverside Manor terminal entries; headmistress' terminal, 3/5/83
  181. Year: 2083
  182. Camp Venture terminal entries; commander's terminal, NOV-09-83: K Kelly
  183. Sam Blackwell's bunker terminal entries; Sam's terminal, Judy's Gone
  184. Year: 2084
  185. Riverside Manor terminal entries#; Olivia's terminal, 9/8/84
  186. Museum of Technology placard: "This is a scaled model of a prototype military transport vehicle being developed by the U.S. Military. The XVB02 "Vertibird" is a VTOL ("Vertical Take Off and Landing") craft with an extremely durable armored fuselage and can be armored with a variety of offensive weapons and defensive countermeasures. This is the most advanced aircraft of its kind ever developed, and the military hopes to press them into service by 2085."
  187. Scatterd Journal Page #2
  188. Assaultron: "Initiating ... final ... playback ... Engag--- " Ragnarsdottir: "That's the last of them. Entrance is clear, general. MODUS. Have the rest of these things stand down. The general's placed Eckhart under arrest. It's over."
    MODUS: "General ... Santiago is dead, Major."
    Ragnarsdottir: "What? What the hell was that?"
    MODUS: "There's been a ... detonation in the weapons lab. It appears the agent has ... broken containment and is filtering into the air system."
    Ragnarsdottir: "MODUS, what are you doing?! Open the god-damned door!"
    MODUS: "This facility is now ... quarantined."
    Ragnarsdottir "MODUS! Open the fucking door! You're going to kill us all!"
    MODUS: "To the contrary, Major. We're fixing ... the problem."
    (NPCM EN02 MajorRagnarsdottir.txt and ENB MODUSStandard.txt) Note: The following exchange is obtained after fixing the Assaultron at the entrance to the Whitespring bunker.
  189. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 2/8/86
  190. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Olivia's terminal, 2/10/86
  191. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 2/14/86
  192. Camp Venture terminal entries; Commander's terminal, MAR-26-86: Tex Rogers
  193. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Cryptos terminal, Membership Roster
  194. The Whitespring Resort terminal entries; maintenance room terminal, Lockdown Terminated
  195. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 6/1/86
  196. Preservation of technology
  197. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Olivia's terminal, 6/8/86
  198. Pleasant Valley cabins terminal entries; Brody's terminal, 6-9-86: RE: Checkpoint Massacre
  199. Pleasant Valley Ski Resort terminal entries; Brody's terminal, 7-1-86: Quotas
  200. Pleasant Valley Ski Resort terminal entries; Brody's terminal, 7-19-86: RE: Deal
  201. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 7/24/86
  202. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Olivia's terminal, 7/24/86
  203. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Olivia's terminal, 9/21/86
  204. Pleasant Valley cabins terminal entries; Mount Holotape Drive|Brody's terminal, Mount Holotape Drive
  205. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 10/7/86
  206. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 11/10/86
  207. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, From Olivia
  208. Pleasant Valley cabins terminal entries; Brody's terminal, 11-16-86: RE: Finale
  209. Riverside Manor terminal entries; Headmistress' terminal, 11/18/86
  210. Shannon Rivers' recording
  211. Scattered Journal Page #3
  212. 03.11.2092.05:13:46 Error Incident
  213. Flatoods terminal entries; diagnostic terminal, Archives
  214. Flatwoods terminal entries; Self-Serve Registration Kiosk, You are safe
  215. Flatwoods terminal entries; Reverend Delbert's terminal, Feb 20: Responders
  216. Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center terminal entries; MacFadden's terminal, 4-3-93
  217. Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, 93-JUL-20
  218. Scattered journal page #4
  219. Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center terminal entries; MacFadden's terminal, 6-12-94
  220. 220.0 220.1 Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, [95-FEB-02]
  221. Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, [URGENT: Touchdown Recovery]
  222. 222.0 222.1 Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, [Touchdown Recovery (Supplemental)]
  223. 223.0 223.1 Tygart water treatment terminal entries; Amy Kerry's terminal, Feb 9, 2095
  224. Tygart water treatment terminal entries; Amy Kerry's terminal, April 16, 2095
  225. Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, [95-JUN-03]
  226. Scattered Journal Page #5
  227. Year: 2095
  228. Fort Defiance terminal entries; Senior Knight Wilson's terminal, [95-AUG-13]
  229. Thunder Mountain Power Plant terminal entries; communications terminal, 95-Aug-18
  230. 230.0 230.1 Final Stand
  231. Thunder Mountain Power Plant terminal entries; communications terminal, 95-Aug-19
  232. Raleigh Clay's bunker terminal entries; Outgoing Notifications Station, Scorchbeasts
  233. 233.0 233.1 Year: 2096
  234. 234.0 234.1 AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical laboratory terminal, July 6th, 2096
  235. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 7/18/96: New Patient: Chris
  236. Flatwoods terminal entries; Self-Serve Registration Kiosk, Wilkins, Garry
  237. Flatwoods terminal entries; Self-Serve Registration Kiosk, Winters, Delbert
  238. AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical laboratory terminal, August 1st, 2096
  239. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 8/02/96: Comment from Cullen
  240. AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical Laboratory terminal, August 12th, 2096
  241. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 8/14/96: New Patient: Dr. Veen
  242. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 8/20/96: Comment from Dr. Veen
  243. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 8/25/96: New Patient: Brad
  244. Flatwoods terminal entries; Responders Database, 9/01/96: Comment from Dr. Venn
  245. AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical laboratory terminal, September 2nd, 2096
  246. AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical laboratory terminal, October 20th, 2096
  247. Charleston Fire Department terminal entries; Fire Breathers master terminal, Muster Point - The Rusty Pick
  248. Rose: "Oh I see now, you're here about that guy, huh? Good luck getting anything outta him. He's been dead a while. He came up here to negotiate with my Raider associates. They strung him up, and left him to die after... convincing him to spill the beans about what he was up to. Before you ask, I dunno, I wasn't there. Anyway, you're probably looking for that scorched detector uplink thingamajig he was trying to install when they caught him."
    (RDR Contact Rose.txt)
  249. 249.0 249.1 Flatwoods terminal entries; Self-Serve Registration Kiosk, McDermott, Kesha
  250. AVR Medical Center terminal entries; AVR Medical laboratory terminal, November 7th, 2096
  251. Flatwoods terminal entries; Self-Serve Registration Kiosk, McLeeder, Cullen
  252. Ghoul's note 1 and Ghoul's note 2
  253. Randall Clark terminal entries; terminal, Year 2100.
  254. Year: 2100
  255. Year: 2101
  256. Vault 76 terminal entries; Overseer's terminal, Archived files - Annual Review: 2100
  257. Vault Dweller: "I'm here to help. What needs doing?"
    Russell Dorsey: "Message they broadcast was kinda garbled, but it seemed clear the Brotherhood has chosen ATLAS as a base. Makes sense they'd be looking to have supplies waiting when they get here. A group like that's going to want to be operational ASAP."
  258. Fortifying ATLAS
  259. Randall Clark terminal entries; terminal, Year 2108.
  260. Year: 2108
  261. The Institute's official seal as seen on the Institute food packet.
  262. Fallout 4 loading screens: "The Institute was officially founded in the year 2110 by a group a ofIn-game spelling former Commonwealth Institute of Technology students who took refuge in the college's underground level at the time of the Great War."
  263. 263.0 263.1 The Vault Dweller: "What is it you do here?"
    Gabriel: "We manufacture weapons and ammunition. We've been at this for the last 30 years. But the last 10 have been hell."
    (Gabriel's dialogue)
  264. The Courier: "How long have you been in business?"
    Alice McLafferty: "The Crimson Caravan Company has been in business for over 130 years. We're partially responsible for the progress in the NCR."
    (Alice McLafferty's dialogue)
  265. The Courier: "What is this place?"
    Vendortron: "This is the New Vegas branch of the Gun Runners, supplying the wasteland with only the finest armaments since 2155."
    (Vendortron's dialogue)
  266. The Vault Dweller: "What's so bad about Adytum supplying you with your materials?"
    Gabriel: "At first it was fine. They supplied us with raw materials, we manufactured and sold the weapons. Then 3 years ago Zimmerman hired some mercenaries to help protect Adytum from the deathclaw and the odd random attack by raiders. Those Regulators are cold hearted bastards and are squeezing us for all we have. We make the guns and they get rich off of it."
    (Gabriel's dialogue)
  267. Year 2178
  268. Fallout 4 loading screens: "The Minutemen were formed over a century ago by ordinary people who simply wanted to defend their home, the Commonwealth, from any threat imaginable. Sadly, the group has fallen into disarray in recent years."
  269. Fallout 4 loading screens: "The Minutemen first rose to prominence in the year 2180, when they defended Diamond City against a horde of Super Mutant attackers."
  270. Curie: "Oh. Another stranger. Are you Vault-Tec security? I've waited so very patiently for you to arrive."
    The Sole Survivor: "Yes. Yes, I am."
    Curie: "Superb! I placed an emergency call so long ago. I was beginning to think something dreadful must've happened. I am pleased to report I completed my primary duties 83 years ago. Thousands of pathogens were grown in the mole rat hosts. Then a single broad spectrum cure was developed to treat them all. Very satisfying work for many decades. Now, please tell me you are authorized to release me from the lab."
    (Curie's dialogue)
  271. The Sole Survivor: "These mole rats carry a disease. Do you know anything about it?"
    Curie: "My poor little darlings. They were used to grow all manner of new and interesting pathogens. Then vault citizens would be exposed to these viruses in the hopes that they would develop new antibodies. But they never got a chance to execute their plan. Clyde got out of his cage. He was smarter than the others, my sweet Clyde. He let out the others and those poor scientists never stood a chance. Clyde's been dead for almost two centuries now, but his descendants have free run of the vault. I'm rambling. Where are my manners. Are you Vault-tec security?"
    (Curie's dialogue)
  272. Out of Time
  273. The Sole Survivor: "Massacre of the CPG? What's that?"
    Nick Valentine: "The Commonwealth Provisional Government. Years back a group of settlements tried to get together and form a coalition. Every settlement with even a hint of clout sent representatives to try and hash out an agreement. Only the Institute sent a representative of their own, a Synth. The man killed every rep at the talks. The Commonwealth Provisional Government was over before it even got off the ground. I took up in town not long after. I was damn lucky they didn't just tell me to scram right then and there."
    (CompanionNickValentine.txt)
  274. Nick Valentine: "Hey. Let me ask you something. It's just, with everything that's happened with you, your family. It's a whole hell of a lot to process. I wanted to make sure you're holding up alright."
    The Sole Survivor: "I don't know, Nick. My family's in tatters. I've been dropped into this place where everything's trying to kill me. You tell me."
    Nick Valeninte: "I'd expect you feel lost, scared, and mad as hell. I sure did. Took me a long damn time to get a feel for this place. Thank goodness I found Diamond City. It's got its flaws, sure, but it beats the hell out of anywhere else in the Commonwealth. Course, when I took up there back when, people were just as scared of the Institute as they are now, maybe more. The massacre of the CPG was still pretty fresh in people's minds at that point, and folks were still losing sleep over the Broken Mask. Plenty of people assumed I was just a saboteur, moving in to melt down the reactor or poison the drinking water. But, at the time, they couldn't exactly turn me away."
    (CompanionNickValentine.txt)
  275. The Lone Wanderer: "Setting the record straight is exactly my goal."
    Horace Pinkerton: "For that, you have to go all the way back to when remnants of the Naval Research Institute cleared the Mirelurks off this wreck about 40 years ago. We were looking for new lab-space, and this bucket of bolts just happened to have a well-preserved science bay on it. Everything else just grew up around that lab once we got it up and running. The science team was led by one "H. Pinkerton.""
    (Pinkerton.txt)
  276. Rivet City historical record
  277. The Lone Wanderer: "Tell me about Argyle."
    Herbert Dashwood: "Argyle was my manservant! Ah, but that’s really just a fancy word for "the guy who saves my sorry skin on a regular occasion." He was a Ghoul, you see. Been around since before the war. We met when I stole his girlfriend, back in ’41. We’d been best friends ever since. We got separated, a long time ago, and never reunited. If you find Argyle out there, somewhere, you be sure and tell me! Okay?"
    (HerbertDashwood.txt)
  278. Vault 101 terminal entries; overseer's terminal, View Scouting Reports
  279. 279.0 279.1 279.2 Tenpenny Tower terminal entries; Exploration Database, King Crag
  280. Tenpenny Tower terminal entries; Exploration Database, Blue Destiny Brothel
  281. Tenpenny Tower terminal entries; Exploration Database, Destiny Chao
  282. Tenpenny Tower terminal entries; Exploration Database, Harmon Jurley
  283. The Adventures of Herbert ‘Daring’ Dashwood and his Ghoul Manservant Argyle
  284. Rollings -- We're done
  285. Tenpenny Tower terminal entries; Exploration Database, Underworld
  286. The Lone Wanderer: "What was the Scourge?"
    Kodiak: "It was a Brotherhood operation. They marched in and swept the place clean. Most of the people there were half-mutated, cancerous, vile things. And these people... rape gangs, torture squads... it was pure chaos there. The Scourge is the best thing that could have happened to it. This was way back, before the Citadel was fortified. Part of the early recon after the Brotherhood first arrived in this area. One night, a squad of Brothers led by Paladin Lyons swept into the city from over Mount Wash, tearing apart anyone who stood against them. They were completely outnumbered. And still they razed that place to the ground."
    (PaladinKodiak.txt)
  287. Ashur's diary
  288. Rivet City terminal entries; Welcome to the Capital Preservation Society, Constitution of the U.S.A.
  289. Railroad HQ terminal entries; PAM mainframe terminal, 2266 Nov
  290. Growing Up Fast in Fallout 3.
  291. The Courier: "Wasn't the NCR's army big enough to defeat your Securitrons and the Three Families?"
    Robert House: "Indeed it was - and still is. But not without taking significant casualties. Would Kimball and Oliver have traded the lives of hundreds of soldiers for absolute control of Hoover Dam? Oh yes. They weren't afraid of me, they were afraid of Caesar - that attacking me would leave them vulnerable to a Legion offensive. And so they negotiated. Not out of the kindness of their hearts, as they try to make it seem. Because the calculus of power left no other choice."
    (MrHouse.txt)
  292. The Courier: "What were the terms of your treaty with the NCR?"
    Robert House: "NCR forces were permitted to occupy Hoover Dam and establish a military base at McCarran Airport. Well, it used to be one. They recognized my sovereignty over the Vegas Strip and agreed to supply electricity and water once their engineers repaired the dam. Written into the treaty were provisions that the NCR do nothing to prevent its soldiers and civilians from visiting the Strip. That's how I harnessed the NCR to my endeavor. Their occupation has been the engine of my growing economy."
    (MrHouse.txt)
  293. The Courier: "I'd like to know more about the NCR."
    Dennis Crocker: "I can provide a quick history lesson, if that's what you're looking for. In 2274, President Kimball sent the NCR army into the Mojave in force, with the objective of occupying and repairing Hoover Dam. Rangers and army scouts had confirmed that the dam was basically unoccupied and could be restored to an operable condition. Upon arriving at the dam, however, they discovered that a large force of tribals and robots had occupied it. This was our introduction to the Three Families, the Securitrons, and, of course, Mr. House. Using his Securitrons as intermediaries, Mr. House called for parlay. He claimed his forces had occupied Hoover Dam in order to safeguard it for our arrival. And that he was ready to turn it over to us, so long as we could agree to terms. Those terms became the Treaty of New Vegas. The Treaty recognized Mr. House's sovereignty over the Strip and granted us rights to establish military bases at the Dam and McCarran Airport. The NCR is legally permitted to send 95% of the electricity produced by the dam to our home states. The remaining 5% goes to the Strip. The treaty actually makes it illegal for the NCR to prevent its citizens, or troops on furlough, from visiting the Strip. Once on the Strip, our citizens are subject to arrest - or punishment - by House's Securitrons, though that's a rare occurrence. Our troops enjoy a different status. It's illegal for the Securitrons to take action against them. Of course, it's also illegal for our troops to carry firearms on the Strip, so there isn't much trouble they can get into. Our military police does an adequate job of keeping the troops on furlough in line. I don't envy them that task. The embassy was established a few weeks after the Treaty was signed. Basically Mr. House handed us a dumpy little building he had no interest in renovating. I'm the third ambassador to hold this post. And the first, I think, to accept its limitations. My predecessors had ambitions of engineering the annexation of the Mojave. They thought they'd convince Mr. House to join up. I've never even spoken to the man - or whatever he is. Maybe the situation will change once we've beaten the Legion once and for all."
    (VStreetDennisCrocker.txt)
  294. PIP-Boy 3000 date during the Future Imperfect quest.
  295. I'm brilliant!
  296. Rivet City terminal entries; Pinkerton's Private Computer, Android log 1
  297. 297.0 297.1 Grayditch terminal entries; W. Brandice's terminal
  298. Springvale raider mining log
  299. Springvale school terminal entries; terminal, Journal Entry #001
  300. Vault 81 terminal entries; Overseer's terminal, The Anti-Commonwealth
  301. The Courier: "Where do you want me to start?"
    Robert House: "Since 2278, I've lost five roaming Securitrons near Hidden Valley. I didn't receive any clear video of the incidents, but telemetry from the units destroyed indicates they were attacked with energy weapons. It's obvious that the Brotherhood has a base in Hidden Valley or thereabouts. Finding it won't be easy, but getting inside will be the real trick."
    (Robert House's dialogue)
  302. 302.0 302.1 302.2 The Prydwen terminal entries; Proctor Quinlan's terminal, The Rise of Elder Maxson
  303. Securitron vault terminal entries; Vault status terminal, Status Log
  304. Railroad HQ terminal entries; PAM mainframe terminal, 2283
  305. Railroad HQ terminal entries; PAM mainframe terminal, 2284
  306. The Institute terminal entries; terminal, 2286.4.10
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