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    The Searchlight Airport is a pre-War airport in the south-eastern Mojave Wasteland, south of Camp Searchlight. Its only entrance is a tunnel on the northern side of the airport.


    Before the War, Searchlight Airport was built by the United States airforce as an emergency landing zone of Nellis Air Force Base. The small building kept in contact with Camp McCarran via transmitter radio, and was one of the first locations in the Mojave to be prepared for the Nuclear Holocaust as a result. Unbeknownst to the public, the sub-levels below the building housed a secret military testing facility which were researching chemical warfare before the time of the Great War. In an attempt to escape death by nuclear holocaust, a small handful of survivors, …



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    Saturday Poll - 17

    August 25, 2012 by Yes-Man


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    Good morrow, old chaps. Give your fine salutations to these dandy Heptadaily pre-Sunday Elections!

    I shall be the custodian of this jolly good... ah, screw it. I'm having trouble talking old-timey. I'm Yes-Man, if you didn't know already. So, ladies and gentleghouls, how's life? Me, I don't have much to say really. Just been going through the motions. Which normally, I wouldn't feel guilty about. But yesterday I re-watched that Adam Sandler movie "Click" because it was on the television, and well, that movie sure does know how to make you feel like you need to go out right away and live a carefree life. Great movie though, always makes me cry when he rewinds to the last time he ever spoke…


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    Santa Clara is a major city that appears in Fallout.

    A repressive Theocracy, the subservient public live in fear of the beast known as "El Diablo", which Father Martinez warns will drag away sinners should they disobey the church's orders. Those who are marked as Sinners are exiled to the slums where they are to live out the rest of their days, lest El Diablo take care of them first. The strict government has a broad spectrum concerning what constitutes as a sin; it could be anything from petty theft to sharing opinions that oppose the church.

    The town receives few visitors, and from the small amount that do visit Santa Clara, even less leave. Travellers are warned to stay away from the town, and caravans rarely visit due to superstitious stor…




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    Saturday Poll - 16

    August 18, 2012 by Yes-Man


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    Hello nifty America. This is your President speaking, John He- ha! Gotcha!... well, not really. You all knew that this was the Weekly Saturday Polls.

    Although I am your President, Yessie. Consider me a pollitician of sorts... bad pun, sorry. Anyway, the Fallout: Apprentice game that the Wiki plays has completed it's first challenge, with dear friend Doc being eliminated. Rather unfortunate, Doc is a very creative person and it's a shame to see him go so soon. However, the next challenge has already begun, so keep on the lookout. I'll be attempting to create a town that could appear in the original Fallout... wish me luck, ladies and gentleghouls.


    On to business, last week features another t…



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    Saturday Poll - 15

    August 11, 2012 by Yes-Man


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    Are you thinking what I'm thinking, B1? I think I am, B2... it's time for the Weekly Saturday Polls!

    I'm your host B1, er, Yes-Man. Come to think of it, most of you guys won't understand the reference. Extra points if you do. Anyway, you've probably noticed the quote at the top of the page. It's a new thing I'm trying out, created by The Gunny and recommended by Energy X. I figured that if a user says something amusing in the comments, I'll make a list of quotes and put them at the top of the page. There's a total of six quotes which automatically cycle through every so often. If you say something I like, then you might find your quote show up some time next week. In other news, I didn…


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