History TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything / FallOut

15th Apr '16 5:02:12 PM DougSMachina
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* On the Brotherhood of Steel's questline, you find that they are trying to rebuild Liberty Prime, the [[HumungousMecha giant robot]] from the climax of ''Fallout 3'', and because she was instrumental in repairing Prime last time, they send you to recruit Doctor Li away from the Institute. If you've had yourself banished from the Institute, Elder Maxxon wil chew you out for it and switch to the back-up plan of recruiting Professor Scara from Diamond City's Science! Center.

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* On the Brotherhood of Steel's questline, you find that they are trying to rebuild Liberty Prime, Prime - the [[HumungousMecha giant robot]] {{giant robot}} from the climax of ''Fallout 3'', 3'' - and because she was instrumental in repairing Prime last time, they send you to recruit Doctor Li away from the Institute. If you've had yourself banished from the Institute, Elder Maxxon wil chew you out for it and switch to the back-up plan of recruiting Professor Scara from Diamond City's Science! Center.
15th Apr '16 1:24:58 PM DougSMachina
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* In the prologue, if you're stubborn and refuse to fill out the Vault-Tec forms, [[ButThouMust your spouse will do it for you]]. Also, if you spend too long to get into the Vault when the bombs start falling, it results in a NonStandardGameOver as the nuke falls and obliterates the area.

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* In the prologue, if you're stubborn and refuse to fill out the Vault-Tec forms, [[ButThouMust your spouse will do it for you]]. Also, if you spend too long to get into the Vault when the bombs start falling, falling (or try to leave the neighborhood), it results in a NonStandardGameOver as the nuke falls and obliterates the area.area.
* On the Brotherhood of Steel's questline, you find that they are trying to rebuild Liberty Prime, the [[HumungousMecha giant robot]] from the climax of ''Fallout 3'', and because she was instrumental in repairing Prime last time, they send you to recruit Doctor Li away from the Institute. If you've had yourself banished from the Institute, Elder Maxxon wil chew you out for it and switch to the back-up plan of recruiting Professor Scara from Diamond City's Science! Center.
** It's clearly implied that Scara and Doctor Duff of the Science! Center are in a romantic relationship, so if Scara leaves to work with the Brotherhood, Duff will be noticeably saddened by her absence.
8th Apr '16 5:40:21 AM thatmadork
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* In the prologue, if you're stubborn and refuse to fill out the Vault-Tec forms, [[ButThouMust your spouse will do it for you]]. Also, if you spend too long to get into the Vault when the bombs start falling, it results in a NonStandardGameOver as the nuke falls and obliterates the area.
8th Apr '16 5:36:12 AM thatmadork
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** On the topic of companions, [=NPC=]s have an impressive amount of unique dialogue depending on where you are and who your current companion is. Diamond City guards will [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNkvc5ybdb0 react]] differently based on your companion, and your companions will engage in conversations with [=NPC=]s such as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dx37_RsL3I Whitechapel Charlie]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMH9-qGc680 Takahashi]].
19th Feb '16 1:03:48 PM Malph
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*** If you DO stop the suicide bomber (which involves killing him) the other guard, Simon, tells you to help clean up the mess so as to not scare off customers. The screen then goes black and the body is removed. However, if you look in a nearby dumpster you can find the body.
19th Feb '16 10:54:38 AM SorPepita
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* Faction leaders Mr. House and Caesar tend to congratulate (or scold upon doing something to annoy or anger them) the player on things they have done. Mr. House, for instance, will praise the Courier if they immediately go and retrieves the Platinum Chip instead of talking to him, while Caesar will offer praise them upon killing Mr. House as soon as he enters the Lucky 38.

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* Faction leaders Mr. House and Caesar tend to congratulate (or scold upon doing something to annoy or anger them) the player on things they have done. Mr. House, for instance, will praise the Courier if they immediately go and retrieves retrieve the Platinum Chip instead of talking to him, while Caesar will offer praise them upon killing Mr. House as soon as he enters the Lucky 38.
20th Jan '16 10:16:23 AM Kazuto
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* At any time once you reach Diamond City, you can go to a [[MagicPlasticSurgery plastic surgeon]] to essentially re-enter the character creator and redo the Lone Survivor's face completely. Later on in the story, however, where you [[spoiler:enter Kellogg's memory and see "yourself" in his mind back when he abducted Shaun, your face will still look the same as it did the first time you created your character.]] A small touch, but nice attention to detail.

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* At any time once you reach Diamond City, you can go to a [[MagicPlasticSurgery plastic surgeon]] to essentially re-enter the character creator and redo the Lone Sole Survivor's face completely. Later on in the story, however, where you [[spoiler:enter Kellogg's memory and see "yourself" in his mind back when he abducted Shaun, your face will still look the same as it did the first time you created your character.]] A small touch, but nice attention to detail.
21st Dec '15 5:50:04 AM Eban
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** Sturges comments if you first meet him wearing power armor. You're meant to get your first set after meeting him.
20th Dec '15 9:18:19 PM humrh360
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* Tapping a button in the middle of a conversation to skip the line will frequently prompt your character to go "Uh huh", "Yeah?", "Okay", and stuff like that. Pressing the button that prompts that's usually mapped to a certain kind of response will have your character interject more rudely, neutrally, or positively. For example, the negative response (B for Xbox One, Circle for PS4, Right on PC) will have you press your interviewee with muttered insults.
**The rude interjections are also specific to whatever kind of character you're talking to. For example, rudely pressing while a Robot character is talking will have you mutter "Crazy ass robot..." or something like that, while talking to a senior will have you say "Stupid old man..."
**Additionally, your interjections change depending on whether or not you're on chems or alcohol. Interjecting while high will frequently result in you say something in a very breezy "Yeeeeah..." or something, while doing so while drunk will appropriately have you interrupt with a slurred "Yyyesssss..." or ask to keep it down (implying you're hungover).
16th Dec '15 6:26:39 PM humrh360
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* If you reach the point where you have to track [[Kellogg, your son's kidnapper]] without having met Dogmeat, Nick Valentine will call "someone", calling him a "specialist", and whistle in a frequency this "someone" will be. And this someone is, you guessed it, Dogmeat!

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* If you reach the point where you have to track [[Kellogg, [[spoiler:Kellogg, your son's kidnapper]] without having met Dogmeat, Nick Valentine will call "someone", calling him a "specialist", and whistle in a frequency this "someone" will be. And this someone is, you [[spoiler:you guessed it, Dogmeat!Dogmeat!]]
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