Favorite fallout settlement
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Tue May 26, 2015 4:17 pm|| |
my favorite settlement is Evergreen Mills from Fallout 3. i just think the idea of a raider settlement is really cool. i always wished you could side with a group of raiders in some way, i just want to pillage and burn shit. ;_;
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Tue May 26, 2015 5:10 pm|| |
I always like Rivet City, I also liked Megaton, the Underworld, Canterbury Commons, oh and my favorite the Republic of Dave.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Tue May 26, 2015 6:01 pm|| |
Tranquility lane i am working on a mod to bring it and the super duper mart in to fallout nv
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Tue May 26, 2015 6:53 pm|| |
Megaton blows away the competition.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 1:07 am|| |
Republic of Dav- Oh yeah... I wiped them out... uhm well I perfer Novac due to the ability to get a free house (or for 100 caps) and a really quick companion. Same goes for the 188 minus the housing. As for FO 3.... eh most of the settlements felt boring to me, staying for too long left a bad taste in my mouth so I can't really say I enjoyed the settlements of FO 3.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 2:30 am|| |
Goodsprings, it's cozy, doesn't have too many people, it has a steady water source and nice scenery around it. No wonder Goodsprings got so many house mods, Goodsprings Farmhouse is my favourite.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 8:46 am|| |
I liked Primm, but it felt a bit empty to me. The only notable places were the Vikki and Vance and the post office/Johnson Nash's store or whatever. The townsfolk never leave their houses either, I don't know if there's some bug with them, since in every other town the people are much more lively.
Primm was even scrapped from the reputation screen, despite having complete quests which' outcomes give you town reputation, and you have to use a mod to get it back there. It feels like they didn't quite get to finishing it completely and just quickly slammed it together and packed it up.
With a mod for adding some lively townsfolk it would be a great little town. For example, the blown up building could have a table and a bunch of people playing caravan in it or something, little things like that would improve things so much. The town's scenery is great, and it already has a store, a working casino (the only one outside Vegas too) and the Bison Steve renovation mod gives you another casino and a player home.
Primm has great potential, it's just a tad bit too empty.
For Fallout 3 I'd say Rivet City. It was something unique, and well protected.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 9:01 am|| |
Jacobstown, I love that there's a Small enclave of mutants there yet they're pretty much nowhere else to be found bar like 2 other locations; Less is more, I couldn't stand the site of them in Fallout 3, but because theyre so rare in NV I enjoy them more
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 3:25 pm|| |
For NV it would be Westside. It feels like a real city, albeit very small, but it has life to it. I make a house there for every playthrough (a different design every time), and spend my nights drinking with 'MeanSonofaBitch' by the store.
For Fo3 it would be BigTown. I add more npc's and it feels like it's a possible refuge community, along with some decent mods that add more vendors and doctors there.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 3:48 pm|| |
I've only been on fallout new vegas, but my favourite settlement is goodsprings. I like the area and my favourite house mod is based there.
This probably makes me boring because it is also the vanilla starting area
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 4:04 pm|| |
My favorite settlement on NV was Novac. Boon seemed like the batman of New Vegas. He's pretty much like batman; he lost his family and he has the same raspy voice as batman.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 4:41 pm|| |
New Reno is my favorite.
Yes it is over the top but the quests for the mob families are great.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Wed May 27, 2015 7:42 pm|| |
My favourite is Megaton. Tenpenny Tower is probably my second.
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|Subject: Re: Favorite fallout settlement Sat May 30, 2015 11:14 am|| |
From FO3: Andale. The place has a pre-war charm that only Minefield shares.
From FNV: Jacobstown. A small alpine community high in the mountains filled with muties definetely is lots of fun
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Favorite fallout settlement