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** Then Obsidian gave the series a ShoutOut by adding the unique rebar club, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming The Nuka Breaker]] in the Gun Runner's Arsenal DLC for VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas!

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** Then Obsidian gave the series a ShoutOut by adding the unique rebar club, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming The Nuka Breaker]] Breaker in the Gun Runner's Arsenal DLC for VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas!


Season 2, which according to Zack will be wider in scope and more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] Website/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.

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Season 2, which according to Zack will be was much wider in scope and more ambitious, went going into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] Website/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for 2017 saw the release of “The Wanderer”, a three-part prequel story focusing on the Ranger.



* AffablyEvil: Larry’s a crook willing to sell out his friends in an instant, but once you get past that he’s actually a pretty charming guy.



* AntiVillain: Bison, the Super Mutant slave-owner, [[spoiler:is actually [[BenevolentBoss a very nice person who never abuses his slaves and treats them very well]]. He beats the shit out of the Ranger, but only out of perceived self-defense, and he backs off once it’s clear the Ranger isn’t a threat anymore. He even gladly lets Becca go free in exchange for the Red Star cap, when he could’ve easily just killed her and taken it. It’s implied he may actually just be trying to protect the slaves [[BlueAndOrangeMorality in his own strange way]].]]



* ActionGirl: Scar. In episode 4, she beat the crap out of a [[spoiler: slaver merc]] who tried to disarm her. Even Twig was impressed. [[spoiler: Too bad another one shot her in the arm.]]
** Also it turns out that Twig and Ben's memory of when they rescued her from the slavers is more than a little self-serving. They tried to rescue her but got their asses kicked. She broke ''herself'' free and then rescued ''them''.

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* ActionGirl: Scar. In episode 4, she beat the crap out of a [[spoiler: slaver merc]] merc who tried to disarm her. Even Twig was impressed. [[spoiler: Too bad another one shot shoots her in the arm.]]
** Also it turns out that Twig and Ben's memory of when they rescued her from the slavers is more than a little self-serving. They self-serving; they tried to rescue her but got their asses kicked. She broke ''herself'' free kicked, forcing her to rescue ''them'' as she made a getaway.
* BigBad: Leon for the main series, Bison for “Red Star”,
and then rescued ''them''.Scorpion for “The Wanderer”.



* BolivianArmyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of episode 4, Larry ambushes the crew for [[BigBad Leon Swallow]], Scar's owner. In the last moments of the episode, one of his men seemingly shoots her in the back (it's actually her arm, so she's okay.]]
* BountyHunter: They've run into a few, due to the Legion putting a price on their heads. Luckily for them, the only ones they've encountered so far have been [[TooDumbToLive completely incompetent.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The Party kills Leon and saves the Lockre, but Ben is dead and the Ranger heads off on his own once again.]]
* BolivianArmyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of episode 4, Larry [[spoiler:Larry ambushes the crew for [[BigBad Leon Swallow]], Scar's owner. In the last moments of the episode, one of his men seemingly shoots her in the back (it's actually her arm, so she's okay.]]
* BornLucky: The main reason Twig’s still alive. WordOfGod notes that he has a Luck stat of 10.
* BountyHunter: They've run The Party runs into a few, due to the Legion putting a price on their heads. Luckily for them, the only ones they've encountered so far have been [[TooDumbToLive completely incompetent.]]



* CanonCharacterAllAlong: The Scholar is really [[spoiler:Goris, the albino talking deathclaw from [[VideoGame/Fallout2 the second game]].]]
* CaptainOblivious: Twig’s defining trait. He’s not really stupid, just woefully oblivious at times.



* ChekhovsGunman: Ron turns out to be [[spoiler:the Brotherhood Of Steel Paladin who trained Scar.]]
* TheChosenOne: Leon believes that the child he and Scarlet are “fated” to have will be this, a powerful figure who will unite the entire Wasteland. [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane We never find out if the prophecy he’s trying to fulfill is for real or not]].



* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler: When the NCR Ranger drops the name of an important person from Ben's past, he immediately begins throwing punches. The Ranger deflects them easily and disables Ben in BulletTime. Then Twig attacks with his Shishkebab, which fares as well as you'd expect, while Scar's smart enough to not jump in. Really, the only reason the group is still alive is because the NCR Ranger wanted to talk.]]

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* CompanionCube: Twig is deeply attached to his Pip-Boy, making it especially difficult when [[spoiler:he has to scrap it for parts to get the Lockre operational.]]
* ContinuityNod:
** Several to [[VideoGame/Fallout2 the second game]]: The Scholar turns out to be [[spoiler:Goris]] and obliquely mentions that Twig reminds him of [[spoiler:the Chosen One]], most likely because of his Pip-Boy. Ben and Larry also mention that they used to work for Myron in New Reno.
** [[VideoGame/Fallout3 An Enclave eyebot spouting President Eden’s propaganda]] figures into the climax of the pilot.
** The first season starts with the Party getting kicked out of [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas Goodsprings]] after a nasty argument with Chet.
* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler: When the NCR Ranger drops the name of an important person from Ben's past, he immediately begins throwing punches. The Ranger deflects them easily and disables Ben in BulletTime. Then Twig attacks with his Shishkebab, which fares as well as you'd expect, while Scar's smart enough to not jump in. Really, the only reason the group is still alive is because the NCR Ranger wanted to talk.]]



** [[spoiler: In Red Star, the super mutant Bison delivers one of these to the Ranger.]]

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** [[spoiler: In Red Star, the super mutant Bison delivers one of these to the [[spoiler:the Ranger.]]



* {{Defictionalization}}: The Nuka Breaker weapon, which started as a ShoutOut to this same series in Videogame/FalloutNewVegas, is now a weapon that Twig uses.
* DoomMagnet: Scar considers herself one in Season 2, because of how many people are dying due to Leon's drive to capture her again. [[spoiler: This almost causes her to give up escaping when captured again]].

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* {{Defictionalization}}: The Nuka Breaker weapon, which started as a ShoutOut to this same series in Videogame/FalloutNewVegas, ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', is now a weapon that Twig uses.
* DoomMagnet: Scar considers herself one in Season 2, because one, on account of how many people are dying due to die in the crossfire of Leon's drive attempts to capture her again. [[spoiler: This recapture her. [[spoiler:This almost causes her to give up escaping when captured again]].



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Leon was so crazy that Caesar's Legion, one of the most brutal societies in the franchise, kicked him out. Although the legion still supports him, since his big brother Edward happens to be Caesar.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: For as much of a psychotic douchebag as he is, Leon seems to genuinely love Scar in his own twisted way. Though this is thrown into doubt by “Red Star”, which reveals [[spoiler:she’s actually his ''second'' choice in “bride”; Becca was his first, but fell out of favor once he decided Scar was better.]]
** Leon himself is the loved one for Caesar; the fact that he’s Edward Swallow’s brother is the main reason he’s still alive and has as much power as he does.
** Scorpion and his gang truly loved [[TeamPet their pet bark scorpion]], and the Ranger earned their enmity when he shot it in self-defense.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Leon was so crazy that Caesar's Legion, one of the most brutal societies in the franchise, kicked him out. Although the legion Legion still supports him, since his big brother Edward happens to be Caesar.



* FallenHero: Ben is a minor legend to many people in the Wasteland, famous as the man who gave up his place in Vault 7 to save his wife. Now he’s just a lowly crook. [[spoiler:He later admits to the Ranger that he was never a true hero to begin with; he murdered the guards outside Vault 7 to get his wife in and only didn’t join her because he was covered in their blood and knew he would just be kicked back out because of it.]]
* FantasticRacism: Chet practically craps his pants when sees Ben (a ghoul), while Ron openly admits to hating them. The latter example is a hint that [[spoiler:Ron’s a member of the Brotherhood Of Steel, who openly dislike ghouls]].



* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Twig meets [[spoiler: Goris, who's a giant, intelligent deathclaw. Goris exchanges some pleasant conversation and then provides Twig with a book on factory maintenance, which allows the Lockre to manufacture the munitions it needs to defend itself]].
* HairTriggerTemper: Red, in the movie. She shoots [[spoiler:one of her teammates]] in the face. She later [[spoiler: shoots [[Creator/VicMignogna Trader Vic]] when he finds her unconscious at the end of the film]].

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* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Twig meets [[spoiler: Goris, who's a the giant, intelligent deathclaw. Goris exchanges some pleasant conversation and then provides Twig with a book on factory maintenance, which allows the Lockre to manufacture the munitions it needs to defend itself]].
* HairTriggerTemper: Red, in the movie. Red. She shoots [[spoiler:one one of her teammates]] own teammates in the face. She face for annoying her and later [[spoiler: shoots [[spoiler:kills [[Creator/VicMignogna Trader Vic]] when he finds her unconscious at the end of the film]].unconscious]].



* HappinessInSlavery: [[spoiler:Bison’s slaves love him, as [[BenevolentBoss he never abuses them, keeps them safe, and generally treats them very well]]. He gladly lets Becca leave once he’s given something in exchange (the Red Star cap) and it’s hinted that he may not even be trying to enslave them, just protect them.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Larry ends up joining the good guys once it becomes clear that Leon’s [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness just going to kill him too]].]]
* HeroicSacrifice: Knowing that [[spoiler:he’s going feral anyways, Ben uses his last moments of sanity to distract Leon and his crew, buying time for the Ranger, Scar, Larry, and Bessie to escape the slave camp.]]



* IdiotHero: Played with, [[WordOfGod Zack Frinfrock]] said at [[Webcomic/PennyArcade PAX]] the only reason why Twig is still alive is a 10 in his Luck stat.
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Legion soldiers don't like using guns, and it definitely shows. Leon's men fail to hit targets at ranges where the heroes use the [[ShortRangeShotgun Fallout shotguns]] to take them out. In one case, two mooks with assault rifles can't hit two people ''stuck in the open, standing still,'' who then have time to line up a shot [[SniperPistol with a pistol]] and headshot them!

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* IdiotHero: Played with, Twig is not a bright man. [[WordOfGod Zack Frinfrock]] said at [[Webcomic/PennyArcade PAX]] the only reason why Twig is he’s still alive is a 10 in his Luck stat.
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Legion soldiers don't like using guns, and it definitely shows. Leon's men fail to hit targets at ranges where the heroes use the [[ShortRangeShotgun Fallout shotguns]] to take them out. In one case, two mooks with assault rifles can't hit two people ''stuck in the open, standing still,'' who then have time to line up a shot [[SniperPistol with a pistol]] and headshot them!



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Both Ben and Larry qualify. They may be backstabbing crooks, but they do the right thing in the end.



* KnightInSourArmour: Ron is very open about his belief that the heroes don’t stand a chance against Leon. Doesn’t stop him from doing everything he can to help.



* MookChivalry: Used throughout the series, but the Season 2 finale plays it straightest. {{Mooks}} switch to melee weapons to engage the heroes wielding melee weapons, don't gang up on said melee heroes, and nobody shoots the main characters when they're walking out in the open. Somewhat justified, as they're fighting [[BarbarianTribe the Legion]], and they can't resist the chance to best their foes in melee combat.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane:
** The Scholar/[[spoiler:Goris]] has fairly mundane origins, but the cryptic manner he speaks and the way he instantly knows who Twig is and what he needs makes one wonder if he’s somehow become something more than [[spoiler:a talking deathclaw.]] He also makes some odd comments that sound very much like he’s describing [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall the franchise’s game mechanics]]...
** Leon believes in a prophecy claiming that a child born in a place free of radiation will rise to unite the Wasteland. The characters do indeed discover a small location mysteriously devoid of any radiation, but [[spoiler:Leon never gets the chance to try and fulfill that prophecy]]. So is the prophecy for real, or was the place just lucky enough to not be hit when the nukes fell?
** The Red Star cap is either a totally mundane bottle cap that’s been ascribed with special importance by superstitious wastelanders, or a mystical talisman of some sort. The Ranger never gets it to do anything special, but just about everybody he meets knows what it is, Bison regards as incredibly valuable, and just showing it to a robot seems to causes said robot to instantly tell the Ranger everything he needs to know.
* MookChivalry: Used throughout the series, but the Season 2 finale plays it straightest. {{Mooks}} switch to melee weapons to engage the heroes wielding melee weapons, don't gang up on said melee heroes, and nobody shoots the main characters when they're walking out in the open. Somewhat justified, Justified, as they're fighting [[BarbarianTribe the Legion]], and they who can't resist the chance to best their foes in melee combat.combat and are rarely trained to use guns.
* MoralityPet: The Ranger ends up becoming one for Ben.
* MysteriousPast: We never learn the Ranger’s full backstory, only getting vague hints; [[spoiler:he’s a descendant of Ben’s, used to be a tracker, worked with Becca’s father, and stole his armor from a real NCR ranger]]. That’s all we know.



** UnreliableNarrator: He tells things from [[CloudCuckooLander Twig's]] point of view.

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** UnreliableNarrator: He often tells things from [[CloudCuckooLander Twig's]] point of view.



** The Ranger is quick to protest that he’s not actually an NCR ranger, despite wearing the armor and answering to the title. “The Wanderer” reveals that [[spoiler:he actually stole the armor from a dead ranger that was murdered by Scorpion.]]
* NukeEm: After learning the Party has been hiding out in Eastwood, [[spoiler:Leon blows it up with a Fat Man.]]



* OneLastJob: “Red Star” involves the Ranger accepting a tracking quest to rescue a woman’s missing daughter, despite insisting he no longer does such things.
* OneManArmy: The Ranger. He racks up by far the highest body count in series with terrifying ease.



* RemonstratingWithAGun: Scar warns Ben about doing this in the FanFilm.

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* RemonstratingWithAGun: Scar warns Ben about doing earns himself a tongue-lashing when he unwittingly does this in the FanFilm.and [[RecklessGunUsage points his gun right at Scar]].



* RiddleForTheAges: It’s never revealed just what’s up with the Red Star cap. The Ranger’s curiosity is clearly peaked, but once [[spoiler:Bison takes it in exchange for sparing the Ranger’s life and letting Becca go, he decides to just move on rather than waste time trying to figure out what it is.]]
* RightForTheWrongReasons: Ben [[spoiler:killing the guards outside Vault 7 to save his wife Clem. He thought he was being selfish and only did it to get Clem inside, but he unwittingly saved the Vault by doing so; the guards were deliberately keeping out any medical personnel, as the Vault’s experiment was to see how long it’s populace would last without any sort of modern medicine.]]



* SeriousBusiness: The [[spoiler:Mysterious Stranger]] takes Twig’s joke about him “owing” the Party after Twig retrieves his fallen hat very seriously. Unfortunately, his idea of paying them back is shooting a single radroach.



** Touch Connors is the stage name of 1950s actor Mike Connors who played the BigBad in [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_the_World_Ended Day The World Ended]], one of the first post apocalypse survival movies.
* ShortRangeLongRangeWeapon: Especially evident in the Season 2 finale. Characters on both sides walk out in the open shooting other people with guns and aren't cut down immediately by their support (which also have guns)).

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** Touch Connors is the stage name of 1950s actor Mike Connors who played the BigBad in [[https://en.''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_the_World_Ended Day The World Ended]], Ended]]'', one of the first post apocalypse survival movies.
** Eastwood is clearly named in honor of Creator/ClintEastwood, befitting the WeirdWest stylings.
* ShortRangeLongRangeWeapon: Especially evident in the Season 2 finale. Characters on both sides walk out in the open shooting other people with guns and aren't cut down immediately by their support (which also have guns)).guns).
* SlidingScaleOfGameplayAndStoryIntegration: The series goes to great lengths to integrate the franchise’s gameplay into the plot:
** Twig’s healing is accelerated by drinking Nuka-Cola due to a mutation, a riff on the “eating heals you” mechanic from the games. WordOfGod also notes that he has a Luck stat of 10, which [[IdiotHero explains a lot]].
** Every weapon used in the series is one you can use in-game, such as Scar’s Tribeam Laser Rifle, or [[spoiler:Ron’s]] Super Sledge.
** The [[spoiler:Mysterious Stranger]] wastes his incredible killing power on a puny radroach, just as he often does in the games. He also pulls a StealthHiBye that leaves the Party bewildered.
** The Scholar/[[spoiler:Goris]] makes an eerie comment about there being no such thing as set-in-stone “fate”, only “possibilities”; a clear reference to the franchise’s famous branching storylines. He then gives Twig the information he needs in the form of a Skill Book.
** [=VATs=] not only exists in-story, but it functions almost exactly like in the games, and it’s a minor plot point that Twig relies on it to aim properly.
* SixthRanger: The Ranger, [[IncrediblyLamePun fittingly enough]]. [[spoiler:Larry becomes one by the end of season two.]]
* SlaveryIsASpecialKindOfEvil: The main villains are ruthless slavers, and the town of Eastwood shows particular disdain for slavery. Deconstructed in “Red Star”, when [[spoiler:Bison the Super Mutant slave-owner turns out to be an AntiVillain who’s actually just trying to protect his “slaves”.]]



** Ben somehow did this in the original fan film, too: Twig and Scar mention they killed a bunch of bounty hunters, and suddenly Ben's already behind them, running towards the bodies for loot.
** [[spoiler:The mysterious stranger who saved Twig in episode 6.]]

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** Ben somehow did does this in the original fan film, too: Twig and Scar mention they killed a bunch of bounty hunters, and suddenly Ben's already behind them, running towards the bodies for loot.
** [[spoiler:The mysterious stranger who saved Mysterious Stranger does this after saving Twig in episode 6.6, unsurprisingly.]]



* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler:Since he’s going feral anyways, Ben gives in and hurls himself at Leon’s group, hoping to take as many of them as he can with him. He kills quite a few before being put down by Leon himself.]]
* TeamPet: Scorpion and his crew have a pet bark scoripion that they like to sic on people. The Ranger ends up pissing them off when he shoots it in self-defense.



* TrashTheSet: Not a straight example, but the set Eastwood was filmed in burned down in a recent wildfire[[https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/293241_923644622218_60716319_40470551_518576408_n.jpg]]. [[WordOfGod Aaron Giles]] blamed the [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas fiends]].
** ThrowItIn: In Episode 6, aired after the [[TrashTheSet set-trashing]] above, Leon Swallow blows Eastwood to smithereens with a Fat Man.

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* TrashTheSet: Not a straight example, but the set Eastwood was filmed in burned down in a recent wildfire[[https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/293241_923644622218_60716319_40470551_518576408_n.jpg]]. [[WordOfGod Aaron Giles]] blamed the [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas fiends]].
** ThrowItIn: In Episode 6, aired after the [[TrashTheSet set-trashing]] above, Leon Swallow blows [[spoiler:blows Eastwood to smithereens with a Fat Man.]]


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* WeirdWest: In keeping with the Western trappings of [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas it’s source material]].


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* YourDaysAreNumbered: In the second season, [[spoiler:Ben finds out he’s going feral.]]
* YourHeadAsplode: How [[spoiler:Daniels]] dies, courtesy of a slave collar.


Season 2, which according to Zack will be wider in scope and more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.

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Season 2, which according to Zack will be wider in scope and more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} Website/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.


* HairTriggerTemper: Red, in the movie. She shoots [[spoiler:one of her teammates]] in the face. She later [[spoiler: shoots [[VicMignogna Trader Vic]] when he finds her unconscious at the end of the film]].

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* HairTriggerTemper: Red, in the movie. She shoots [[spoiler:one of her teammates]] in the face. She later [[spoiler: shoots [[VicMignogna [[Creator/VicMignogna Trader Vic]] when he finds her unconscious at the end of the film]].



* {{Narrator}}: Played by VicMignogna in both the movie and series!

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* {{Narrator}}: Played by VicMignogna Creator/VicMignogna in both the movie and series!



* SerialEscalation: Despite being a fan project with limited funding, they got full support from [[Creator/ChrisAvellone Chris]] [[MyRealDaddy Avellone]] at Obsidian, Bethesda has openly supported them, and had two high profile actors (VicMignogna and Creator/DougJones) work on their project.

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* SerialEscalation: Despite being a fan project with limited funding, they got full support from [[Creator/ChrisAvellone Chris]] [[MyRealDaddy Avellone]] at Obsidian, Bethesda has openly supported them, and had two high profile actors (VicMignogna (Creator/VicMignogna and Creator/DougJones) work on their project.


Season 2, which according to Zack will wider in scope and more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.

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Season 2, which according to Zack will be wider in scope and more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.


'''''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/WaysideCreations#p/c/5E9CAB444A9CECB8 Fallout: Nuka Break]]''''' is a FanFilm series set in the VideoGame/{{Fallout}} Universe. It's made by Wayside Creations, created and written by Zack Finfrock and cowritten by Creator/BrianClevinger of ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'' and ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' fame. Originally just a short film, positive reaction lead to it being revived as a continuing series.

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A season 2, which according to Zack will be much wider in scope and ambition, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} campaign, with Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'', being involved in the creative process. Season 2 has already been filmed and came out on October 28, 2013. Currently, plans are in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.

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A season Season 2, which according to Zack will be much wider in scope and ambition, more ambitious, went into production after [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/waysidecreations/fallout-nuka-break-season-2-0 a very successful]] {{Kickstarter}} campaign, with campaign. Tim Cain, one of the founding fathers of the ''Fallout'' series, and Creator/ChrisAvellone, designer on ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'', being Vegas]]'' was involved in the creative process. Season 2 has already been filmed and came out The second season was released on October 28, 2013. Currently, plans Plans are currently in motion for a prequel focusing on the Ranger.


[[http://www.youtube.com/user/WaysideCreations#p/c/5E9CAB444A9CECB8 Fallout: Nuka Break]] is a FanFilm series set in the VideoGame/{{Fallout}} Universe. It's made by Wayside Creations, created and written by Zack Finfrock and co-written by Creator/BrianClevinger of ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'' and ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' fame. Originally just a short film, positive reaction lead to it being revived as a continuing series.

The series stars three protagonists: Twig, a [[IdiotHero dim-witted]], overweight Vault Dweller; Scarlet, a [[GirlWithPsychoWeapon Laser-Rifle-toting]] former Legion slave; and [[KleptomaniacHero Ben]], an amoral ghoul. Together, they try to survive the Mojave Wasteland, and, in Twig's case, search for the perfect "Nuka Break."

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[[http://www.'''''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/WaysideCreations#p/c/5E9CAB444A9CECB8 Fallout: Nuka Break]] Break]]''''' is a FanFilm series set in the VideoGame/{{Fallout}} Universe. It's made by Wayside Creations, created and written by Zack Finfrock and co-written cowritten by Creator/BrianClevinger of ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'' and ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' fame. Originally just a short film, positive reaction lead to it being revived as a continuing series.

The series stars three protagonists: Twig, a [[IdiotHero dim-witted]], dimwitted]], overweight Vault Dweller; Dweller, Scarlet, a [[GirlWithPsychoWeapon Laser-Rifle-toting]] former Legion slave; slave and [[KleptomaniacHero Ben]], an amoral ghoul. Together, they try to survive the Mojave Wasteland, and, in Twig's case, search for the perfect "Nuka Break."
Break".


** Justified: Solar Powered Perk: +2 Strength and +1 HP per second while outside, from 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

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** %%** Justified: Solar Powered Perk: +2 Strength and +1 HP per second while outside, from 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.


* RealLifeWritesThePlot: See TrashTheSet.


* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: In the series, Ben's signature weapon is VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas's Hunting Shotgun.

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* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: In the series, Ben's signature weapon is analogous to VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas's Hunting Shotgun.

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** Touch Connors is the stage name of 1950s actor Mike Connors who played the BigBad in [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_the_World_Ended Day The World Ended]], one of the first post apocalypse survival movies.

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* LukeYouAreMyFather: [[spoiler:The Ranger, a.k.a. James Eldridge, is Ben's great-great-great-great-grandson. Ben's wife was pregnant back when he got her into Vault 7, but neither of them knew it at the time.]]


* [[spoiler: BolivianArmyEnding: At the end of episode 4, Larry ambushes the crew for [[BigBad Leon Swallow]], Scar's owner. In the last moments of the episode, one of his men seemingly shoots her in the back (it's actually her arm, so she's okay.]]

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* [[spoiler: BolivianArmyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of episode 4, Larry ambushes the crew for [[BigBad Leon Swallow]], Scar's owner. In the last moments of the episode, one of his men seemingly shoots her in the back (it's actually her arm, so she's okay.]]

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