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17th May '17 5:05:38 PM Leemorrison
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-->-- '''''VideoGame/Fallout3'''''

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-->-- Moira Brown, author of ''The Wasteland Survival Guide'', '''''VideoGame/Fallout3'''''
15th Mar '17 2:58:38 PM Doug86
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* The ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' comic strip ''ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock'' features a warlike human culture, Termight, who are at war with everyone else in the universe despite the fact that culturally and technologically, they are regressing. They fight with medieval weapons, their HumongousMecha are recycled, one of them can only move its feet with the aid of men turning capstans etc.[[note]]If that reminds you of [[TabletopGames/Warhammer40000 another popular franchise]], it's not a coincidence; they share a number of writing credits.[[/note]]

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* The ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' comic strip ''ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock'' features a warlike human culture, Termight, who are at war with everyone else in the universe despite the fact that culturally and technologically, they are regressing. They fight with medieval weapons, their HumongousMecha are recycled, one of them can only move its feet with the aid of men turning capstans etc.[[note]]If that reminds you of [[TabletopGames/Warhammer40000 [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 another popular franchise]], it's not a coincidence; they share a number of writing credits.[[/note]]
23rd Feb '17 8:14:54 AM marcoasalazarm
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* In ''Manga/DesertPunk'', there are the remains of whole cities that are occasionally found with scavengable supplies, though by the story's start one hasn't been found in decades. The Oasis Government, seemingly the only ones capable of producing food in the manga, supply everyone outside of their {{Elaborate Underground Base}}s with resources to get by for the sole purpose of having a workforce to doing the scavanging while its citizens on the inside have whole corporations based on reverse-engineering it (and to provide an example of how bad things are, one incredibly rich scavenger we meet made his fortune out of salvaging an intact copy of ''The Game Of Life'').

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* In ''Manga/DesertPunk'', there are the remains of whole cities that are occasionally found with scavengable supplies, though by the story's start one hasn't been found in decades. The Oasis Government, seemingly the only ones capable of producing food in the manga, supply everyone outside of their {{Elaborate Underground Base}}s with resources to get by for the sole purpose of having a workforce to doing the scavanging while its citizens on the inside have whole corporations based on reverse-engineering it (and to provide an example of how bad things are, one incredibly rich and legendary scavenger we meet made his fortune and fame out of salvaging an intact copy of ''The Game Of Life'').TabletopGame/GameOfLife'').
23rd Feb '17 8:13:35 AM marcoasalazarm
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* In ''Manga/DesertPunk'', there are the remains of whole cities that are occasionally found with scavengable supplies, though by the story's start one hasn't been found in decades. The Oasis Government, seemingly the only ones capable of producing food in the manga, supply everyone outside of their {{Elaborate Underground Base}}s with resources to get by for the sole purpose of having a workforce to doing the scavanging while its citizens on the inside have whole corporations based on reverse-engineering it.

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* In ''Manga/DesertPunk'', there are the remains of whole cities that are occasionally found with scavengable supplies, though by the story's start one hasn't been found in decades. The Oasis Government, seemingly the only ones capable of producing food in the manga, supply everyone outside of their {{Elaborate Underground Base}}s with resources to get by for the sole purpose of having a workforce to doing the scavanging while its citizens on the inside have whole corporations based on reverse-engineering it.it (and to provide an example of how bad things are, one incredibly rich scavenger we meet made his fortune out of salvaging an intact copy of ''The Game Of Life'').
28th Jan '17 2:23:08 PM Jake
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* The ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' comic strip ''ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock'' features a warlike human culture, Termight, who are at war with everyone else in the universe despite the fact that culturally and technologically, they are regressing. They fight with medieval weapons, their HumongousMecha are recycled, one of them can only move its feet with the aid of men turning capstans etc.

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* The ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' comic strip ''ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock'' features a warlike human culture, Termight, who are at war with everyone else in the universe despite the fact that culturally and technologically, they are regressing. They fight with medieval weapons, their HumongousMecha are recycled, one of them can only move its feet with the aid of men turning capstans etc.[[note]]If that reminds you of [[TabletopGames/Warhammer40000 another popular franchise]], it's not a coincidence; they share a number of writing credits.[[/note]]
23rd Jan '17 2:50:21 AM Ghostninja109
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* The Dust Zone in ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' is one that's also a [[DownInTheDumps massive junkyard]]. The local villain is forcing the other Digimon to give it parts so it can escape to another zone.
10th Dec '16 8:19:11 PM Sharlee
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* In ''[[Literature/DreamPark The California Voodoo Game]]'', the Game-scenario occupants of [=MIMIC=] use materials scrounged from the damaged {{Arcology}} for clothing, tools, weapons and artwork. One of the first enemies "killed" in the Game carries a club made from a table leg with an old can strapped to the end, and a chunk of concrete stuffed inside for weight.
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24th Nov '16 7:23:32 AM Sharlee
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* Ironically, hobbyists who practice traditional handicrafts sometimes find ''the modern world'' to be a ScavengerWorld of sorts, in that historically-accurate materials and tools can be almost impossible to track down in a society where advanced technologies have long since supplanted them. Just ''try'' tracking down replacement parts for a 13th century spinning wheel or a Roman-style suit of armor outside of a museum.
11th Oct '16 12:30:20 PM creepingdeath
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'': The stitchpunks scavenge in what is left of the world after a robot/human war that rendered the earth completely uninhabited, even by bacteria.
28th Sep '16 5:08:18 PM ManEFaces
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->''"…did you ever try to put a broken piece of glass back together? Even if the pieces fit, you can’t make it whole again the way it was. But if you’re clever, you can still use the pieces to make other useful things. Maybe even something wonderful, like a mosaic. Well, the world broke just like glass. And everyone’s trying to put it back together like it was, but it’ll never come together in the same way."''
-->-- '''''VideoGame/Fallout3'''''
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