“There's a band called 1023 megabytes... They haven't earned any gigs yet.”— Codsworth
Hei, I'm Ðe C@ Master, a former fan of the Bethesda/ObsidianFallout games. I admit, I prejudged Fallout 76 due to the bad publicity it has received, but after playing it, there is no question that it deserved it. Despite its flaws, I kinda enjoyed it. However, Its flaws were infuriating. It is obvious the developers intentionally fucked up on some aspects of gameplay design; paying to fast travel (makes absolutely no sense), the garbage baseball card perk system, (Fallout 4 perk system worked so much better), the atom store, (or whatever that shit is called) and weak weapons and armor for a character that is always weak no matter how high their level is. The new NPCs amount to nothing more than frosting on a stale cake. I can go on and on about the bad calls Bethesda are making, but... ugh... never mind. I’m not happy with the direction this franchise is taking ATM.😤👎
This character's name is not "Vault 76 resident." His actual name is my PS4 gamer tag, which I will not reveal here.
Elizabeth - Unmodded - Completed
“Cool isolation where autumn sings the winter blues. Nothing but strange words and weird wars. Do you ever feel like you have lost your mind? I don't have to worry now, the ghosts will never find me here. I will keep on running now, and do it all again. They say I'm the lucky one, but lucky doesn't know my name. I've known pain.”— Elizabeth
The name Brahmashirsha Astra, given to the fat man, is a reference to a devastating weapon mentioned in the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata. The epic describes its effect as: "It blaze up with terrible flames within a huge sphere of fire. Numerous peals of thunder were heard; thousands of meteors fell; and all living creatures became terrified with great dread. The entire welkin seemed to be filled with noise and assumed a terrible aspect with those flames of fire. The whole earth with her mountains and waters and trees, trembled." This effect is considered similar to modern day nuclear weapons.
Years of notable events in Elizabeth's life
October 23, 2077 - Witnesses the Day of Fire (Great War), enters Vault 111.
October 23, 2287 - Emerges from Vault 111, search for Shaun begins.
August, 2288 - Found Shaun, destroyed Brotherhood of Steel and Institute, adopted Shaun 2.0
January, 2291 - The events of Automatron.
April, 2292 - The events of Far Harbor.
October, 2292 - The events of Nuka-World.
Victoria - Modded - Abandoned
“We should try plugging you into a toaster next... Mmmm, fresh toast.”— Victoria to Nick Valentine
This character build was designed to entirely take advantage of the recently released mods feature for Xbox One.
With very few exeptions, she does not carry any vanilla armour or weapons.
The commonwealth's environment is lush and green, and thus not lore friendly.
Giddity Giggity GOO! is a gauss rifle that has a sound replacer using the voice of Glen Quagmire from Family Guy. It says "Giddity Giggity" in a loop when charging, "GOO!" when firing and "Oh! Oh right!" when reloading.
This character was abandoned due to numerous issues, possibly due to the use mods.
Issues include broken main quest lines for all majour factions, inability to populate settlements after building settlement recruitment radio beacons and any quest that utilizes the settlement workshop feature is broken. (IE: Liberty Reprimed and the Vault-Tec Workshop quest A Model Citizen.)</s>
Nathaniel - Unmodded - Kept old save. May revive at some point.
“I'll find who did this. And I'll get Shaun back. I promise.”— Nathaniel