History NightmareFuel / FalloutNewVegas

12th Aug '16 5:48:41 PM Vorpale
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** It gets worse: that woman they captured alive ? She ''only'' appears in the game if you decide to side with the Legion. [[spoiler: She is the last opponent you will face in the [[GladiatorGames Legion's arena]]. You will have no choice but to kill her, [[ButThouMust because the game itself offers no alternatives]]: you ''cannot'' save her from the Legion.]]
1st Aug '16 9:21:40 PM R1ck
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** After you finish the vault, the cheery looking posters that show up on the loading screens take on a sinister new meaning.



* One of the empty rooms in Novac is dark and contains a number of drugs and medical equipment. In the bathroom we see a trail of blood that ends with two bloody hand prints in front of the toilet where a Jen canister is located. DrugsAreBad, okay?

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* One of the empty rooms in Novac is dark and contains a number of drugs and medical equipment. In the bathroom we see a trail of blood that ends with two bloody hand prints in front of the toilet where a Jen Jet canister is located. DrugsAreBad, okay?



* In Sierra Madre casino, behind the stage, there are three skeletons. Two of them are adult sized. Between two of them, is a smaller, child sized. [[DrivenToSuicide Little bit further is a pistol...]]



* At the very end when you confront the Think Tank after meeting Morbius, there's a chilling atmosphere that wasn't there before. For one thing, instead of a tranquil blue, the room is a dark red. And as you enter, you see them lined up in a row like they were the first time you met them. Only this time, they lost their comedic relief and pose more of a threat because you know what they're capable of. The doctor with NoIndoorVoice, the [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Dr. Venture expy]], the amorous scientist with a fetish for humans, the doctor with the repressed childhood trauma and overdramatic voice, and the unintelligible? Gone and replaced with potential enemies.

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* At the very end when you confront the Think Tank after meeting Morbius, Mobius, there's a chilling atmosphere that wasn't there before. For one thing, instead of a tranquil blue, the room is a dark red. And as you enter, you see them lined up in a row like they were the first time you met them. Only this time, they lost their comedic relief and pose more of a threat because you know what they're capable of. The doctor with NoIndoorVoice, the [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Dr. Venture expy]], the amorous scientist with a fetish for humans, the doctor with the repressed childhood trauma and overdramatic voice, and the unintelligible? Gone and replaced with potential enemies.
28th Jun '16 10:20:27 AM Nickpws
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*** I disagree with both the analysis of the meaning of the message content and the judgment that making the sacrifice is evil. Applying utilitarian ethics, it would be evil ''not'' to make the sacrifice, as that would result in the deaths of everyone in the Vault, as opposed to the death of a single person.
24th Apr '16 1:35:49 PM TheGreatSkrond
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*** I disagree with both the analysis of the meaning of the message content and the judgment that making the sacrifice is evil. Applying utilitarian ethics, it would be evil ''not'' to make the sacrifice, as that would result in the deaths of everyone in the Vault, as opposed to the death of a single person.
15th Apr '16 3:56:07 AM KlawKalash
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** It gets worse. Far, far worse. Cazadores are mutant tarantula hawk wasps, which reproduce is a manner that almost certainly had something to do with the eventual [[ChestBurster body horror]] of Alien. A female hawk wasp will paralyze a tarantula with its sting, then lay eggs inside its body. The crippled spider then slowly dies as it never fully recovers from the poison sting, and then the eggs hatch and the spider is eaten alive from the inside by wriggling larvae. These things have spread from big MT all across the Mojave, using living animals as hosts and sustenance for their young.

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** It gets worse. Far, far worse. Cazadores are mutant tarantula hawk wasps, which reproduce is a manner that almost certainly had something to do with the eventual [[ChestBurster body horror]] of Alien. A female hawk wasp will paralyze a tarantula with its sting, then lay eggs inside its body. The crippled spider then slowly dies as it never fully recovers from the poison sting, and then the eggs hatch and the spider is eaten alive from the inside by wriggling larvae. These things have spread from big Big MT all across the Mojave, using living animals as hosts and sustenance for their young.
15th Apr '16 3:43:58 AM KlawKalash
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*** Not really, on many occasions you would see a freeside thug (which you can kill easily) or two chasing down a freeside citizen.

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*** Not really, on many occasions you would see a freeside Freeside thug (which you can kill easily) or two chasing down a freeside Freeside citizen.
15th Apr '16 2:15:50 AM KlawKalash
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* Speaking of Ulysses, there's the man himself. Talking to him through ED-E reveals that he is very learned about the history of the Old World and knowledgeable about a lot of things in the Wasteland. He is cryptic as to his actual aims, but very cool and calm, and obviously has some well thought-out ultimate goal. When you finally meet him face to face, you find out that goal is [[spoiler:to use the remaining [=ICBMs=] in the divide to destroy your home. If your Courier has sided with either the [=NCR=] or the Legion, he's trying to destroy either his own former enemies or one of the more brutal and nasty factions in the Wasteland. But if your Courier is independent, he'll just aim the nukes at the Mojave.]] It's kind of terrifying to break through the veneer of a WarriorPoet and find an OmnicidalManiac willing to slaughter untold thousands of innocents and obliterate one of the few remaining bastions of human civilization just as a means to get back at the Courier and/or prove a philosophical point.

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* Speaking of Ulysses, there's the man himself. Talking to him through ED-E reveals that he is very learned about the history of the Old World and knowledgeable about a lot of things in the Wasteland. He is cryptic as to his actual aims, but very cool and calm, and obviously has some well thought-out ultimate goal. When you finally meet him face to face, you find out that goal is [[spoiler:to use the remaining [=ICBMs=] in the divide Divide to destroy your home. If your Courier has sided with either the [=NCR=] or the Legion, he's trying to destroy either his own former enemies or one of the more brutal and nasty factions in the Wasteland. But if your Courier is independent, he'll just aim the nukes at the Mojave.]] It's kind of terrifying to break through the veneer of a WarriorPoet and find an OmnicidalManiac willing to slaughter untold thousands of innocents and obliterate one of the few remaining bastions of human civilization just as a means to get back at the Courier and/or prove a philosophical point.
11th Apr '16 12:04:53 PM KhlavKalash
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** Ulysses only makes their description even worse once they learned from him...you were killing the legacy of his tribe, a tribe that was destroyed by Caesar and became this horrific ghost of it's former self and out willing to kill for him. The fate of those assimilated under Caesar is brutal to say the least, even by it's most loyal members and how everything good and noble about the tribe is completely eradicated and instead is replaced by savagery and complete loyalty to the Legion, no ifs or buts.

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** Ulysses only makes their description even worse once they learned from him... you were killing the legacy of his tribe, a tribe that was destroyed by Caesar and became this horrific ghost of it's its former self and out willing to kill for him. The fate of those assimilated under Caesar is brutal to say the least, even by it's its most loyal members and how everything good and noble about the tribe is completely eradicated and instead is replaced by savagery and complete loyalty to the Legion, no ifs or buts.
6th Apr '16 11:48:03 AM KhlavKalash
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* Related to the "First Bad End" above; [[spoiler: The player has the chance to turn the tables on Elijah and seal him in the vault. They can then listen in on his radio as [[VillainousBreakdown he goes from desperate pleading to furious threats]], before the vault starts to lose power, leaving him [[BuriedAlive trapped in the dark.]] Finally, his broadcast begins to loop on one last chilling line.]]

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* Related to the "First Bad End" above; [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:the player has the chance to turn the tables on Elijah and seal him in the vault. They can then listen in on his radio as [[VillainousBreakdown he goes from desperate pleading to furious threats]], before the vault starts to lose power, leaving him [[BuriedAlive trapped in the dark.]] Finally, his broadcast begins to loop on one last chilling line.]]


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** At least he deserves it.
6th Apr '16 11:46:01 AM KhlavKalash
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* In Sierra Madre casino, behind the stage, there are three skeletons. Two of them are adult sized. Between two of them, is a smaller, child sized. [[DrivenToSuicide Little bit further is a pistol...]]



* In Sierra Madre casino, behind the stage, there are three skeletons. Two of them are adult sized. Between two of them, is a smaller, child sized. [[DrivenToSuicide Little bit further is a pistol...]]
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