Vegas at night is like nothing else.”
People traveling to the Strip primarily visit to drink, gamble and party; essentially have a good time in the city's top casinos.
Through a deal made between top NCR politicians from Shady Sands and local supporters of Mr. House, the Las Vegas Strip, part of the city now known as New Vegas, officially opened to tourism in 2274. Eventually the news of the grand-opening of the Strip reached New California, a miracle to the majority of the NCR's poorer denizens, who had extreme desires of striking it rich at the tables. Traversing the ruins of the pre-War Interstate 15, wealthy gamblers and middle-class civilians alike flocked to the jewel of the desert known as New Vegas to seek promising hopes of vast fortune. Some came to Vegas just for the drinks, girls and to party, however a few people played a single round of slots without thinking twice. These ill-thought decisions forced many innocent souls to be blown out of their life funds. Being chased out of the city by the local families for gambling debts proves not to help much for the now-broke NCR nationals, who are left with no choice but to sell the clothing on their backs and engaging in begging for caps, in order to scrape enough funds for the home trip.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
Field hand outfit
* 50% chance of spawning
- Travelers seem to hold no purpose other than to populate the New Vegas Strip.
- Many travelers were removed in a patch in order to free up memory for the DLC and improve game performance.
- Killing a traveler results in NCR and Strip Infamy.
Travelers appear only in Fallout: New Vegas.
- ↑ MrHouse.txt
- ↑ MrNewVegas.txt
- ↑ 188CivilianUnhappy.txt
- ↑ 1ECaptainParker.txt
- ↑ VBSCaptainGilles.txt