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  • NomadMC

    Fallout 4 VR Released

    December 12, 2017 by NomadMC

    It's here, ladies and gentlemen! Fallout 4 VR has finally been released!

    According to Bethesda:


    On October 2, Valve announced that VR purchases would contain free FO4 VR pre-order codes, and since Bethesda's statement on October 17, purchases of the HTC Vive have come with pre-order codes for Fallout 4 VR.

    The VR game is currently designed specially for the HTC Vive, but can be made to work on the Oculus Rift using Touch controllers (though some bugs do exist).

    Although the initial release was somewhat downplayed by the fact that many screens - particularly the target device, the HTC Vive - had a blurry effect during gameplay, a patch update has since been released to fix this problem.

    Want the game in VR yourself? Get it on Steam here!

    The game…


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  • PipBoy 3000 IV

    It’s that time of year again and I have got something new to say about this its not about money it’s really about the birth of our lord Jesus Christ. I also getting a new keyboard for my laptop a RAZER ORNATA Chroma.

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  • Peace'n Hugs

    Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the second stage of NotY 2017!

    In this stage you will be able to vote for your favourite candidate, with the top 3 moving on to become three of the top five. Note that this is a return to the older system, as we now have plenty of candidates again. This year, the vote will produce three of the top five, and the board will choose the remaining two.


    This year, voting will be done by replying to the post I make under this blog with the name of the candidate of your preference. Please only vote on 1 candidate, if you vote on multiple candidates, your votes will be removed. After removal, you are free to vote again for 1 candidate (same rules apply as before). Please don't use the replies that are used for v…


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  • NomadMC

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    DEC 01, 2017 - DEC 08, 2017

    • TBD

    • TBD

    Today's polls are all Ink Spots related!

    Why? No idea, I guess I had their music going through my head a lot this week.


    A list of Ink Spots songs for Question 3 can be found here.

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  • Leea

    I'm not going to do a Christmas edition just yet, because it is still too early. However, they started the damn music even before Thanksgiving! Argh! Too early! Too early!


    They had a study recently that showed that "holiday" music put on too early (in November, for instance) causes more irritation than holiday cheer. Boy, do I believe the results of that one! Of course, I hate 99% of Christmas music, but still.


    What do you do with projects that didn't turn out as intended?

    • Third was a quadruple tie (!!) of you destroy them (wasteful!), you take them apart and reuse the parts (smart!), you commented (a blending of choices available), and you stuck them in your post-apocalyptic/rainy day/snowed-in day/bored day closet for later. I =f you don't …


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  • NomadMC

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Make sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    NOV 24, 2017 - DEC 01, 2017

    Make sure to vote in the Nukapedian of the Year awards, Stage 1 if you haven't already!


    • TBD

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  • Leea

    I spent some of yesterday taking apart projects that didn't work somehow (jewelry and such) and it either ended up in my bead bins - sorted by color and material (glass, plastic, metal, wood) - or immediately recreated into other jewelry, because inspiration struck. What happens to old projects of yours?


    One American president, William Henry Harrison, was killed by his own inaugural address. The 68 year old general delivered the address on a cold winter's day, and he droned on for two hours without wearing a hat, coat, or gloves. He caught pneumonia and died a month later as a result. What's really eerie (to me, at least), was that in his address he had promised not to run for a second term.


    Have you ever gone through a "holiday" of some sor…



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  • Sakaratte

    As I understand, many of our discussions users don't know what a talkpage is, or even how to find it. These useful, but well hidden (on mobile at least) pages are the primary form of communication on the Fandom site between editors, rights holders and other users. User talkpages are in essence, a free for all on what can be discussed on them, but standard etiquette still applies; insults and harassment will result in a block as they would if on the discussions board.


    First up is the Discussions app. As much as I harp on about how much I don't like the app itself, the look of talkpages is nice. First, find your article search button (on android it is the magnification glass on the home screen, other OSes may differ).

    From here, simply search…
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  • WatersOfLife101

    Really fallout?

    November 29, 2017 by WatersOfLife101

    Ok so there have been some serious issues that have been happening with my fallout 3. For starters I have had a bug happen where dogmeat has dissapeared and cannot be found and then a bug where my strength is 10 but I can only carry 250lbs and now lesko's lab coat got up and walked out of my safe at my tenpenny suite please respond to this only if you know how to fix any of these you can also leave a message on my YouTube video my name is Waters Of Life 101 If you have an Xbox my gamertag is the same thing but without spaces

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  • Peace'n Hugs

    Welcome to the Nukapedian of the Year awards!!!

    As Christmas and New Year are at our doorsteps, we will have our annual contest to show appreciation for those users who have had a great influence on our Wikia this year. As many of you may remember from previous years, the Nukapedian of the Year is to be the user who has had the greatest positive influence on the Wikia in the year 2016. The very idea of "positive influence" is open to interpretation, so its definition may vary between each user. In the past, this blog series had been organized by one of our former admins, Skire, who sadly resigned last year. I'm honored though to continue this tradition this year and would like to thank him for giving us the great tradition.

    Here we have the …

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