The Goodsprings school is surrounded by a broken fence and has two entrances, the front entrance and the side entrance near the tree stump. Near the east entrance two xander root plants grow near the tree stump (a third is added along with two giant mantis nymphs during the quest By a Campfire on the Trail).
There are five giant mantis nymphs inhabiting the building. There are also a pair of mantis ootheca (egg sacks) which may spawn more mantis nymphs if shot and destroyed. The schoolhouse itself is filled with toppled desks, lockers, and assorted debris. In the back of the school there is a long counter on which is a footlocker, toolbox, and a terminal (easy). On the floor near the terminal is a safe (easy). The safe can be opened via lockpicking or hacking the terminal.
- Stealth Boy - inside the Easy locked safe
- 2 Programmer's Digest magazines - On bench near computer and on bench near group of school desks
- A Salesman Weekly is on the floor at the small room north near the exit.
- A Lad's Life is on the floor by the ruined school desks.
- A Meeting People is on the floor near the safe.
- Talk to Sunny Smiles about work in Goodsprings. She will tell you there is no work available but will suggest that you loot the safe at the schoolhouse and offer you some bobby pins and a copy of Locksmith's Reader magazine to help pick the lock.
- The lockers and desks are not safe to store items in, however the safe and metal boxes do not reset to area defaults.
- The schoolhouse exterior will have giant mantis nymphs present during By a Campfire on the Trail. They do not respawn.
- An additional xander root is permanently added to the existing two outside the school house during By a Campfire on the Trail, providing a total of three that can be harvested.
- The terminal that can unlock the safe will be broken if the player succeed the picklock.
The Goodsprings schoolhouse appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
Behind the scenesEdit
Goodsprings schoolhouse is a real building located in Goodsprings, Nevada. The schoolhouse is listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places.