[Chapter 2: The New World]
[Author's Note:] [I've been researching, and found that both Vault 100 and 95 were found in F3 and NV's files, but were never used. Just the icons on the back of jumpsuits were found, so I feel I can use them without stepping on Bethesda's toes.]
The broadcast was transmitted to all the working television sets in the vault, so the residents could watch the 50 elites form their squads and ready themselves at the Vault 100 door in the black and white color from the security cameras.
31 could see all his fellow elites readying themselves for the unknown, 27 being under command of 1. He was obviously disappointed that they weren't going to be working together, but it was better than nothing.
A blaring alarm lit up beside…Read more >
[Chapter 1: Freeze Or Burn]
War. War never changes.
The men and women of Vault 100 know this all too well. Originally a part of Project Safe-House; Vault 100 was built to be like that of a pre-war military base, formed by Vault-Tec on the outskirts of Chicago, Illinois. Complete with a curfew, strict hygienics, the only entertainment being exercise, and pre-war military propaganda holotapes. The goal of this vault, unlike many of its counterparts, wasn't constructed to be apart of some sick experiment on the human psyche. No, this vault held more of a noble purpose. To train its occupants into fine soldiers, well capable of venturing out into the wastes and paving the road for humanity to recolonize. No matter what mutated abomin…Read more >