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Best regards, Jspoelstra (talk) 22:19, November 29, 2015 (UTC)

VSTF report and Reverting edits. Edit

Darn it Rain, you're faster than I thought, as you've beat me to it fast. You must be a ninja. Regardless, thanks. ------Cassie I can see you. 11:46, February 16, 2016 (UTC)

Edit conflicts Edit

Darn, you got me there again. That was fast, faster than my lightning's speed. --吉野Cassie Talk to me! ✿ 10:04, February 20, 2016 (UTC)

Angry enclave being Arcade's father Edit

In all honesty, I've never heard it anywhere in game aside from Arcade speaking of an Enclave soldier serving during the events of fallout 2, But I've been hearing a handful of people claiming that he is Arcade's father, so I decided to add that in there to see if perhaps it was correct by seeing if it would stay or be deleted, I kinda hope it's true though, that would be awesome. Someone should ask the designers. Rummy00 (talk) 15:34, March 14, 2016 (UTC)


Thanks for adding the time Edit

Either you're preturnaturally fast or you've got a bot set up to add times to the verify tags. Either way good work.

Furious power fistEdit

Why do you wish to delete furious power fist page? —Preceding unsigned comment added by EpicElijah117MC (talkcontribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Because the furious power fist is nothing more than an ordinary power fist with the "furious" prefix. It's not an uniquely-named weapon and is in the end a standard legendary weapon, the sole difference being that it has a fixed spawn. Rain comms. - logs. 14:10, April 15, 2016 (UTC)


Enclave Edits Edit

Normally you do great and do know what's best in the wiki, so first I want to say thanks for the edits I have put up that you removed (they probably should have been). However, why did you delete my edit in the Enclave page? (P.s. I realize i forgot my signature the first edit, in case you noticed.) The Sentinel... Sentinel Gary (talk) 00:56, April 22, 2016 (UTC)

I changed several things on the Enclave page. What did you add specifically? Rain comms. - logs. 08:34, April 22, 2016 (UTC)

I added the part in Notes that said you cannot join the Enclave, though it is possible to help them. The Sentinel... Sentinel Gary (talk) 13:04, April 22, 2016 (UTC)

Removal of Notable Content and Bug VerificationJust Edit

Just wanted to give you a heads up, while I appreciate the due diligence in guarding against self-verification and use of the notable content template to condense/reduce the volume of bug sections, I A) Removed the latter because I removed bugs that I had tested ingame myself, thus removing the volume of bugs present in the section and B) Moved those bugs to that page because they were relevant to the events in the quest I.E. the scavengers attacking the Constitution during that sequence in the quest line. As I haven't been editing frequently in the past couple months, I can understand the jump to correct/undo my edits reflexively as my edits often appear to remove or add content in strange ways, but it is a normal part of my editing procedure when it comes to bugs. ---bleep196- (talk) 19:08, April 28, 2016 (UTC)

Jack Cabot Edit

Hey I wanted to message you so that there wouldn't be an edit-war. I know where you're coming with the "their" instead of "his/her." However, grammatically, "their" is wrong in this case because it's referring to one person (who could male or female) instead of two or more people. "They" is plural in every instance of usage, and it is also not gender-neutral but rather gender-ambiguous. "His/her" is the correct way to write "given their accomplishments" or "the player character's accomplishments." At any rate I don't want to be an ass, but there's no "Talk-page" for Jack Cabot so I left a message here. Could you undo or change the wording in your edit so it's grammatically correct? --Musiekutsueki (talk) 16:19, May 8, 2016 (UTC)

Actually, They can be used to refer to a single person. Rain comms. - logs. 16:28, May 8, 2016 (UTC)
Not in formal English. For the sake of professionalism it should be listed as "he/she" instead of "they." --Musiekutsueki (talk) 00:18, May 10, 2016 (UTC)
It is accepted in formal English, especially American English which this wiki bases its grammar rules around. Furthermore, we don't need 'him/her/it/xir/omgwtfisthat' all over pages when there is a much more proficient alternative, it's just plain bad writing. Great Mara (talk) 00:38, May 10, 2016 (UTC)

Look I don't know else to explain this. In formal writing, like an educational cite like a Wikipedia or an essay, "they" is not allowed to be used as a singular "gender-neutral" pronown. Common practice and grammatical accuracy are two different things. And I know my word is not good enough so here are some articles, authors, and teachers arguing the point.

1) Kem: a college professor who has been grading paper for over 15 years in Ontario, Canada.
2) Mitchell Cox: an English teacher in Virginia with a masters degree in English from Duke University.
3) Freddie DeBoar: A graduate student who did his class project on the subject.

To sum this up they agree it is commonly used and has been in practice for centuries, BUT this is unprofessional and not allowed in formal writing. I'm not trying to be an ass, I'm simply trying to prove that using "they" in this case is wrong. I'm not saying you two are wrong; I am saying that using "they" in place of "he/she" is wrong. Do you see the difference? --Musiekutsueki (talk) 02:26, May 10, 2016 (UTC)

"Maybe"Edit

well, it seems that the European version plays the same intro song, but in the copy of the European version i have plays a different one (Radiation Storm) and not "Maybe", have a nice day --Fotis.salonikios1 (talk) 06:22, June 24, 2016 (UTC)

New sectionEdit

DO NOT TOUCH PROTECTRON AGAIN. Sincerely, The RobCo representative tasked with guarding Protectron.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 190.83.230.88 (talkcontribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

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