It was a historic moment when Thomas Jefferson, along with other members of the Continental Congress, drafted the Declaration of Independence. The Continental Congress declared the people of America independent from the British colonies. It was the moment of truth all Americans had waited for. If the effort of severing ties from the British succeeded, the leaders of the movement would be hailed as true American heroes. However, if the effort failed, the leaders would be guilty of treason and face death.
It was the clever wording of the Declaration of Independence, followed by some smart strategies employed by the leaders that sparked the Independence movement. What followed was a relentless power struggle to gain absolute independence from …
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(This is the third volume of Exploits, as the second volume has been filled to capacity with screenshots, and takes time to load from all of the screenshots.)
I wanted to share some of my character CRONOS' moments and memories in the world of Fallout, and what better way than through screenshots? Most of these will be from New Vegas, but don't be surprised if a screenie from Fallout 3 or even Fallout 2 crops up every now and then as I enjoy all of them quite a lot.
I'll update as often as possible and as I snap more screenshots, I forget too quite often but I am getting better in remembering to snap what I think might be epic to showcase. Rebuilding America -does- take time, after all. :P
“The end may justify the means as long as there is som…
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Fallout fans may have been disappointed that developer Bethesda didn't reveal a new installment in the series at E3, but vice president of parent company ZeniMax, Pete Hines told Polygon that expecting a major announcement at this early stage is unrealistic.
Hines said that even though Todd Howard's Bethesda Game Studios — the studio responsible for developing the Fallout series — revealed that it is already moving on to its next project, it's not going to "say or hint" at all at what they are doing and that "making assumptions" about the unannounced title is a "bad idea."
"I mean [fans] have been clammering for a Fallout game for a long time now. What people need to understand — whether it is Bethesda Game Studios, Arkane or anybody — expec…Read more >
Greetings. As today is Memorial Day here in the U.S of A, I think it's necessarily important I take a moment to offer my condolences and respect to those who may have lost a loved one in the armed forces, and even more so, offer my inherent respect for the armed forces. I found a poem that I really appreciated and wanted to share it.
A Soldier - Unknown Author
"A soldier is a nobody, we hear lots of people say. He is the outcast of the world and always in the way.
We admit there are bad ones from the Army to the Marines, but the majority you will find, the most worthy ever seen.
Most people condemn the soldier when he stops to take a drink or two, but does a soldier condemn you, when you stop to take a few.
Now don't scorn the soldier but clasp…
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(The following is based on my own personal canon, aka fanon, and is not to be taken as true Fallout canon of any kind other than RP scenarios and/or RP fanon/canon. Enjoy.)
Vault 27, dubbed in official Enclave records as The Academy Vault (T.A.V.) is a heavily populated Vault-Tec Vault intended by the Enclave to act as a 'continuity locale' in the event things didn't go as planned for continuity of government. It has held beyond ample manpower reserves for over 200 years after the Great War, and after the failed Enclave campaign in the Capital Wasteland, it has since been fallen back too and the results (rather, it's already-designated results) per it's Societal Preservation Project mission statement, have been plucked.
As part of it's missi…
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