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... that Harold is not a ghoul but a special kind of FEV mutant?
... that Ian was originally a guard for the Hub caravans?
... that Daren Hightower was the head of the Water Merchants in 2161?
... that the Master could neurolink to computers?
... that Morpheus used to be a ganger for the Rippers?
... that Shady Sands, Khans, Jackals and Vipers all come from the same vault?
... that a nuke can be found in the Enclave Oil Rig and under the Cathedral?
... that the camera used to photograph Necropolis was a Codac R9000?
... that Vegas was first mentioned by Tycho in the original Fallout?
... that the Regulators in Fallout and the Regulators of Fallout 3 are entirely different organizations?

... that Harold is not a ghoul but a special kind of FEV mutant?
... that Wanamingos are not aliens but pre-War weapons of war?
... that the New California Republic is the largest governmental body in the known post-war world?
... that it is impossible to beat ZAX at chess due to a bug?
... that Frank Horrigan was based off Clint Eastwood's character in In the Line of Fire?
... that Shady Sands, Khans, Jackals and Vipers all come from the same vault?
... that a nuke can be found in the Enclave Oil Rig and under the Cathedral?
... that Metzger was originally named Caesar?
... that Vault City's medical center is the best one available in the Wasteland outside the Enclave or the Brotherhood of Steel?
... that you can make Jo in Modoc cut off his finger?
... that Vault 15's city map in Fallout 2 is not of a vault, but a Series 1000 shelter?
... that Dr. Fung from San Francisco was the mentor of Doc Holliday?
... that the medical computer in Vault 8 can tell you about a secret for after you finish Fallout 2?
... that New California Republic's capital city (population: 10000+) is the largest urban settlement built from the ground up after the war?
... that you can find a doll of U.S. President Richard Nixon in Fallout 2?

... that Reilly founded Reilly's Rangers when she was 26?
... that Harold is not a ghoul but a special kind of FEV mutant?
... that psychoactive drugs were released into the Vault 106 air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed?
... that white noise is a sound designed to open up its target to posthypnotic suggestions?
... that Vault 112 is kept clean and in working order by robobrains?
... that you needed to sign a special liability waiver to watch the T-51b power armor presentation at the Museum of Technology?
... that abominations are the result of alien experiments on abducted humans?
... that the super mutants from Vault 87 become bigger, stronger, and less intelligent as they age?
... that the settlement of Megaton is constructed nearly entirely out of salvaged airplane parts from a nearby airfield?
... that the Regulators in Fallout and the Regulators of Fallout 3 are entirely different organizations?
... that the bomb in the center of Megaton is actually of American design?
... that there is a hidden camp at Takoma Park in Fallout 3?
... that there is a submerged T-Rex in the water east of Point Lookout?
... that the Flooded sinkhole in Point Lookout has 2 Nuka Cola Quantums that will only float up when you dive towards them?

... that the Courier has been to New Reno?
... that by 2281, Robert House is 261 years old?
... that Garl killed his father, the original Death-Hand, to claim control over the Khans?
... that Victor's "face" is based on Vegas Vic?
... that the New California Republic is the largest governmental body in the known post-war world?
... that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is one of the few old world religions to survive the Great War?
... that Shady Sands, Khans, Jackals and Vipers all come from the same vault?
... that the Jackals were planned to appear in three Fallout games before they finally appeared in Fallout: New Vegas?
... that Vault 34 was first mentioned in the Fallout Bible?
... that Robert House remained unconscious and cryogenically frozen for 61 years?
... that Fallout: New Vegas lead designer J.E. Sawyer also wrote and performed 4 songs for the game?
... that Zion Canyon was untouched by the nuclear warheads and fallout that destroyed most of America in 2077?
... that Obsidian Entertainment was formed by some former Black Isle Studios employees?
... that Alice McLafferty, Joshua Graham and Arcade Gannon were originally going to be Van Buren characters before appearing in Fallout: New Vegas?
... that the Gun Runner gunsmiths in Fallout: New Vegas resemble three main characters of the TV-series Mythbusters?

... It took the Brotherhood of Steel six years to construct The Prydwen?
... In the Fallout universe, the Red Sox last won the world series in 1918?
... The Minutemen rose to power after defending Diamond City from a Super mutant attack?
... DiMA and Nick Valentine are the only known prototype generation 3 synths, and as such are "brothers”?
... The voice artist for Desdemona is Claudia Christian, who is better known as Susan Ivanova from Babylon 5?
... Lancer-Captain Kells is voiced by Tim Russ who played Tuvok on Star Trek Voyager?
... That Fallon's is perhaps the only pre-war business that has continued to trade after the war?
... That Diamond City has a special Christmas overlay?
... That Far Harbor is based on the town of Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island?
... That Vim comes in Regular, Captain's Blend, Quartz, and Refresh flavors?
... That the SAFE test is almost the same at the G.O.A.T.?

... that Vault 68 was designed to contain 999 men and 1 woman?
... that the Great War lasted only two hours but released more energy than that of every war before that combined?
... that the Mariposa super mutants and Vault 87 super mutants are biologically different?
... that only a single Ballistic Orbital Missile Base survived until 2253?
... that Stealth Boys generate a modulating field that transmits the reflected light from one side of an object to the other?
... that there were 17 vaults which actually worked as advertised?
... that deathclaws are genetically modified Jackson's Chameleons?
... that all testers of the first batch of Nuka-Cola Quantum suffered severe internal organ failures and died within three days of ingestion?
... that jet has nearly no effect on ghouls?
... that before the Great War the United States reformed from 50 states into 13 commonwealths?
... that you needed a special BADTFL permit to own combat armor if you were a civilian?
... that should storage space run out, ZAX computers will start cannibalizing previously stored data?
... that the vault doors on the West Coast were the Seal-n-safe #343 model?
... that BADTFL stands for Bureau of Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, Firearms and Lasers?
... that jet is actually synthesized from brahmin dung fumes?

... that the Vault Dweller made an appearance in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel?
... that Lionheart is the only released non-Fallout game to ever use the SPECIAL system?
... that Fallout Tactics 2 and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2 were in development, but were eventually canceled?
... that Van Buren, the canceled Fallout 3 by Black Isle Studios, was going to feature radtoads?
... that J.E. Sawyer would like to make a game set during the Resource Wars?
... that Caesar's Legion was originally going to appear in the canceled Van Buren?
... that a Fallout movie was in the works at Interplay Films around 2000?
... that Fallout d20 PnP RPG was eventually released as Exodus after the loss of Fallout license by Glutton Creeper Games?
... that Brian Freyermuth was the only developer of the original Fallout to work on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel?
... that John Carmack of id Software influenced the development of Fallout Shelter?
... that Fallout is a spiritual successor to Interplay's 1988 game Wasteland?
... that a Fallout game for the original PlayStation was in the works, but was eventually canceled?
... that radroaches first appeared in Fallout Tactics?
... that Alice McLafferty, Joshua Graham and Arcade Gannon were originally going to be Van Buren characters before appearing in Fallout: New Vegas?