This encounter contains a number of non-player character traders who sell various items and a gag item called the 'Devilthorn jacket'. The jacket itself is unusable by the player due to stat requirements, and is a reference to the game Diablo.
A brahmin guarded by four laser turrets. By defeating the turrets and the brahmin, you will find the 'brahmin armor' which turns the wearer into a brahmin. You can get 50 or 100 microfusion cells from killed turrets, and can keep repeating (turrets have around 5 HP).
In this encounter, the Warrior will discover a group of brahmin playing poker and exchanging dialogue with one another. If the player gets too close the brahmin run from the scene: "Holy Cow! It's the feds!" implying that their poker game is illegal. The brahmin leave approximately 28,000 ring pulls on the table.
During this encounter, the player will find several brahmin surrounded by a fence, with a sign posted nearby that says: "Do NOT tip the brahmin." By interacting with the brahmin, the player can tip them over.
This encounter contains two super mutants named Jim and Joe Grimm. Joe stands over his injured brother, Jim- who has had the misfortune to step on a landmine (if you want to heal Jim he has 60 health points). If the player helps heal Jim both Joe and Jim will later be available in the recruitment pool. Occasionally, if you heal Joe Grimm, you will not be able to leave the area. This may also be caused by re-entering the location.
In this encounter, you'll find a group of tribals protecting the American border from Canadians. The tribals turn hostile towards you and will attack you with an assortment of Small Guns and Melee Weapons. One of the tribals carries the extremely rare water gun along with several canisters of acid.
In this encounter, several humans (called 'human batteries') are running on treadmills while a task-master gloating robot oversees the entire operation. On the far side of each pair of treadmills are lockers that you can use an electronic lockpick and obtain 200 small energy cells. 1200 in all. This is a reference to the movie "The Matrix".
In this encounter, you'll find two different groups of civilians, the Canadian People's Front and the People's Front of Canada, standing in a derelict complex. Both groups are arguing with one another over the future of Canada. This is a parody of Monty Python's movie "Life of Brian." If you kill a CPF or a PFC you will lose Karma.
In this encounter, you'll find a woman named Janet Badall trying to talk to a deathclaw inside of a fenced off area. After she says a few things, the deathclaw will eventually kill her and leave the area. It is impossible to intervene or search Janet's corpse since the area is unreachable by the Warrior. This is a reference to Jane Goodall, who spends most of her time observing wild primates. You can shoot the deathclaws, and they will not get past the fence or you can lockpick the gate and go to HtoH with them (You should take the first way.)
In this encounter, you'll find the four horsemen, War, Pestilence, Death, and Famine, all gathered together around a small camp in the middle of the wasteland. They are initially non-hostile and exchange dialogue with one another.
Granma operates the Gas Station and will sell you the Elixir of Life; a drink that permanently adds 1 to your Endurance. She will also sell a number of medical supplies and food items. If you have the 1.27 version of the game nothing else will happen.
In this encounter, you'll find Komodo Man wrestling a komodo dragon in front of a large audience. If you wait around long enough, the dragon will eventually kill Komodo Man and the crowd will disperse.
In this encounter, you'll find two civilians, Ph4tman and L33tleboy, running around a derelict building complex. They cannot be interacted with and simply move around, shouting L33T phrases at one another. You can pickpocket one of them and get an After Burner gum.
Morte is a floating skull. He is floating around the wasteland, having landed in the Fallout world after accidentally going through a portal in a brothel window in Sigil. This is a reference to the video game Planescape: Torment.
Phil has the thankless job of riding around the wasteland on his bike and refilling all of the Nuka-Cola machines that litter it. It's a tradition passed down from generation to generation. Phil is not impressed. He also carries one very special bottle of Nuka-Cola called Fusion Cola, and some Molotov cocktails.
In this special encounter you find the famous Vault Boy, called Pipboy here, wandering around a radioactive playground. He speaks in a weird 50's style and carries an FN FAL. If you have full squad, he wanders away when you talk to him. If you have less than that, he joins you. He has a perfect 10 for his Luck stat, but he'll have 4 Luck if you have talked to him with a full squad.
In this encounter, your group will start off in the center of the map, completely surrounded by darkness and a few pools of radiation. There are eighteen large deathclaws that patrol this map along with a special, friendly non-player character named Riddick. If you manage to make it to exit zone while keeping Riddick alive, you'll be able to recruit him later at one of the Brotherhood of Steel bunkers. This is a reference from the movie Pitch Black.
In this encounter, you'll find a group of Reavers dancing on an elevated stage in the middle of the wasteland. There is nothing of note to be found or picked up here by the Warrior, nor can the Reavers be killed.
In this encounter, you'll find two Brotherhood of SteelPaladins, Hubert and McCarthy, standing outside of a BOS bunker reminiscent of ones found in Fallout and Fallout 2. The two Paladins have apparently killed a large number of civilians who were trying to gain access to the bunker. The Warrior cannot open the door to the bunker, regardless of his or her current rank. You can pickpocket them for ammunition or kill them and get the Vindicator