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  • OvaltinePatrol

    I started a Follower of the Apocalypse leading team on Kiva, I encourage Fallout fans with an interest in micro-transactions to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs in developing nations to join up! Followers of the Apocalypse.

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  • OvaltinePatrol

    Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics had their share of superstitious characters who used magical thinking to explain their world; these characters were generally tribals or unsophisticated townies. This didn't seem to be present in Fallout 3. With the exception of the Point Lookout tribals, everyone seemed to have mundane views on things: the residents of Megaton may not know how power armor or vertibirds work, but they know that they're being used by humans and aren't aliens or demons. Fallout: New Vegas brings the superstition back just a bit with tales of the Burned Man among other things. Where things get weirder is in the DLCs where educated, more worldly characters like Elijah, Christine Royce, and Joshua Graham attach mystical, …

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