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§ynch
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 7 2008, 10:12 AM) [snapback]1471012[/snapback]
i've found about 3 new towns and few more locations to warp to, 2 more bobble-heads, and i now have my very own house in megaton... it's fucking great!! i can now just store a bunch of stuff in the lockers and cabinets instead of selling everything...

Nice work. smile.gif
I stash everything like a pack rat into the women's bathroom locker.
No one ever steals it, and literally everything you find (even burned books by the ton)
is worth something. The first time I sold all the junk I got like 1,000 caps,
but it was from a combination of the crater supply, the food place, and the caravans outside megaton.

Can't wait to get the house, explosives skill not that high yet.
Haven't found any bobble heads, and already screwed up by not taking
the one in the vault, and hacking a terminal 4 times instead of backing out.

bOnEs
QUOTE(§ynch @ Nov 11 2008, 02:39 PM) [snapback]1471417[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 7 2008, 10:12 AM) [snapback]1471012[/snapback]
i've found about 3 new towns and few more locations to warp to, 2 more bobble-heads, and i now have my very own house in megaton... it's fucking great!! i can now just store a bunch of stuff in the lockers and cabinets instead of selling everything...

Nice work. smile.gif
I stash everything like a pack rat into the women's bathroom locker.
No one ever steals it, and literally everything you find (even burned books by the ton)
is worth something. The first time I sold all the junk I got like 1,000 caps,
but it was from a combination of the crater supply, the food place, and the caravans outside megaton.

Can't wait to get the house, explosives skill not that high yet.
Haven't found any bobble heads, and already screwed up by not taking
the one in the vault, and hacking a terminal 4 times instead of backing out.

all you need is an explosives skill of 25... taking mentats will help boost your overall skill points, which could be enough to boost the explosives one...

if your looking fer a bobble-head, just break into lucas simms place biggrin.gif...

...and yea, i've been hording everything i find so, i can turn around and sell it all around megaton for some caps... i really desperately need caps... collecting money is quite a challenge in this game...
asthenia
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 11 2008, 08:32 PM) [snapback]1471436[/snapback]
QUOTE(§ynch @ Nov 11 2008, 02:39 PM) [snapback]1471417[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 7 2008, 10:12 AM) [snapback]1471012[/snapback]
i've found about 3 new towns and few more locations to warp to, 2 more bobble-heads, and i now have my very own house in megaton... it's fucking great!! i can now just store a bunch of stuff in the lockers and cabinets instead of selling everything...

Nice work. smile.gif
I stash everything like a pack rat into the women's bathroom locker.
No one ever steals it, and literally everything you find (even burned books by the ton)
is worth something. The first time I sold all the junk I got like 1,000 caps,
but it was from a combination of the crater supply, the food place, and the caravans outside megaton.

Can't wait to get the house, explosives skill not that high yet.
Haven't found any bobble heads, and already screwed up by not taking
the one in the vault, and hacking a terminal 4 times instead of backing out.

all you need is an explosives skill of 25... taking mentats will help boost your overall skill points, which could be enough to boost the explosives one...

if your looking fer a bobble-head, just break into lucas simms place biggrin.gif...

...and yea, i've been hording everything i find so, i can turn around and sell it all around megaton for some caps... i really desperately need caps... collecting money is quite a challenge in this game...

I'm sitting at 1400 caps at the moment, 1 mission from the end (reloaded an old save), and I have NO IDEA how it happened. I don't remember selling a damn thing.
§ynch
QUOTE(Asthenia @ Nov 13 2008, 10:22 AM) [snapback]1471658[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 11 2008, 08:32 PM) [snapback]1471436[/snapback]
QUOTE(§ynch @ Nov 11 2008, 02:39 PM) [snapback]1471417[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 7 2008, 10:12 AM) [snapback]1471012[/snapback]
i've found about 3 new towns and few more locations to warp to, 2 more bobble-heads, and i now have my very own house in megaton... it's fucking great!! i can now just store a bunch of stuff in the lockers and cabinets instead of selling everything...

Nice work. smile.gif
I stash everything like a pack rat into the women's bathroom locker.
No one ever steals it, and literally everything you find (even burned books by the ton)
is worth something. The first time I sold all the junk I got like 1,000 caps,
but it was from a combination of the crater supply, the food place, and the caravans outside megaton.

Can't wait to get the house, explosives skill not that high yet.
Haven't found any bobble heads, and already screwed up by not taking
the one in the vault, and hacking a terminal 4 times instead of backing out.

all you need is an explosives skill of 25... taking mentats will help boost your overall skill points, which could be enough to boost the explosives one...

if your looking fer a bobble-head, just break into lucas simms place biggrin.gif...

...and yea, i've been hording everything i find so, i can turn around and sell it all around megaton for some caps... i really desperately need caps... collecting money is quite a challenge in this game...

I'm sitting at 1400 caps at the moment, 1 mission from the end (reloaded an old save), and I have NO IDEA how it happened. I don't remember selling a damn thing.

You got paid for some work perhaps?
Or grabbed a large stash?

I finally started a new game and got my girl loaded
up *before* leaving the vault, bobblehead included,
and selected explosives when exiting so that I now
have the house. So much better than the bathroom. smile.gif

Also it was a different Raider Boss this time when taking
over the school library and underground ant tunnels.
bOnEs
anyone done the GNR communication tower mission yet? i just did that last night... fucking fucking epic!! i don't wanna spoil a bunch of stuff here but, lets just say you go to a couple of the DC museums and have a few EPIC scenes, fighting epic enemies, and one of the scariest video game moments for me in a while biggrin.gif... i literally turned around thinking i could find another route... but, i had to face the music and head that way...

some of you might know what i am talking about but, [spoiler]its the scene where you entered the vault-tec demonstration at the museum of technology... i seriously was freaking out because the lights kept on turning on in every corridor i passed and the siren went off in the demonstration... i though for sure the enemies herd that, and they did laugh.gif... but, it scared me because i thought i was about to be shut in with all those super mutants... it's one of the best scene's i've seen in a video game... ever... it was very epic and awesome[/spoiler]...
asthenia
Nah I didn't get paid for anything. Musta killed for it.

[spoiler]Yeah that was a pretty good quest. I'm glad I went back and did it in the end, I wasn't going to do it as I'd been to Rivet City already. But I did it and got the key to 3-Dogs cache instead. The Vault-Tec tour was very good. I figured there'd be a way into the scens behind the glass and I'd get fucked up in there, but luckily not. I'm not a big fan of the vaults anyway, there's something.. wrong about them. Hell if you read the logs in some of the vaults you'll fuckin know what I mean. [/spoiler]
bOnEs
[spoiler]remember the demonstration scenes where they were talking about the amenities of the vault housing? laugh.gif... "and your wife will enjoy the new vault-tec stove... perfect for standing in front of all day"... i busted up laughing at that one... and man, i was starting at the cosmos from that one planetarium machine i awe because of how cool it looked... and next thing i knew, super mutants were like 2 feet from me laugh.gif... there were lots of "OH SHIT!" moments like that inside that technology museum... i don't know if there's anything else that can top it, it was just an awesome quest[/spoiler]...

my next destination is rivet city... herd the rumors about what it really is.. can't wait to see it...
§ynch
QUOTE(Asthenia @ Nov 13 2008, 03:26 PM) [snapback]1471681[/snapback]
Nah I didn't get paid for anything. Musta killed for it.


I've noticed that the money adds up quickly
after level 7 and especially downtown near GNR.
[spoiler]Between doing raids on the Raiders' pads,
the Feral Ghouls/Roamers and the giant mutant dudes
I've already got the special labs/bench set up in the house.
They are IMO the best value of the cap, making stimpaks
and all of the various home made weapons, curing addictions....
Although they are very expensive. ($1700+)
Moira is expensive in general, you can find her items
free in locked houses or cheaper from some caravans.
(Rock-it Launcher schematic, etc)[/spoiler]
Man I love this game.
asthenia
Yeah she is pretty expensive, but I like her, I've only bought the Pre-war thing for my house so far. Everything else I've just left alone really. I just like Wadsworth.


QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 13 2008, 11:52 PM) [snapback]1471685[/snapback]
[spoiler]remember the demonstration scenes where they were talking about the amenities of the vault housing? laugh.gif... "and your wife will enjoy the new vault-tec stove... perfect for standing in front of all day"... i busted up laughing at that one... and man, i was starting at the cosmos from that one planetarium machine i awe because of how cool it looked... and next thing i knew, super mutants were like 2 feet from me laugh.gif... there were lots of "OH SHIT!" moments like that inside that technology museum... i don't know if there's anything else that can top it, it was just an awesome quest[/spoiler]...

my next destination is rivet city... herd the rumors about what it really is.. can't wait to see it...

[spoiler]God, the planetarium... So beautiful until those fucking Super Mutants ruined it, I run so much in this game. I run more than people run in Mirror's Edge. I'm still finding it addictive, I'll be playing LBP and all of a sudden I just have to switch disk to do something, a quest, a walk in the wastes, anything. Just cause. No other games have done that for me.[/spoiler]
bOnEs
yea, i noticed that i have been playing this game as much as i played GTAIV when it came out... i always seem to get a at least 2 hours a day with the game... and on most evenings, we're talking the entire evening laugh.gif... there's just so much to do that, you never stop and say, "what do i do next?!"

i'm approaching level 13... my dude is a bona fide stud in close range combat... i can take down super mutants with 1-2 VAT selections with the 10mm SMG (usually one)... usually 2 with the chinese rifle... i did find a scoped .44 and i do have a sniper so, i am thinking of keeping my awesome close-range stats where they are and seeing if i can become an accomplished sniper as well... i'm staying away from the big guns with this game save... i plan on using lots of big guns in my next game when i try to play as an evil bitch laugh.gif...

i'm about a little over 50% done with the main quest but, i've been working on the side ones as well, and just exploring... i used to fear the super mutants but now, i look forward to em...

anyone seen the deathclaw yet? saw my first one last night... [spoiler]thank god for the dart gun!![/spoiler]...
OptimumPx
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 18 2008, 09:20 PM) [snapback]1472109[/snapback]
yea, i noticed that i have been playing this game as much as i played GTAIV when it came out... i always seem to get a at least 2 hours a day with the game... and on most evenings, we're talking the entire evening laugh.gif... there's just so much to do that, you never stop and say, "what do i do next?!"

i'm approaching level 13... my dude is a bona fide stud in close range combat... i can take down super mutants with 1-2 VAT selections with the 10mm SMG (usually one)... usually 2 with the chinese rifle... i did find a scoped .44 and i do have a sniper so, i am thinking of keeping my awesome close-range stats where they are and seeing if i can become an accomplished sniper as well... i'm staying away from the big guns with this game save... i plan on using lots of big guns in my next game when i try to play as an evil bitch laugh.gif...

i'm about a little over 50% done with the main quest but, i've been working on the side ones as well, and just exploring... i used to fear the super mutants but now, i look forward to em...

anyone seen the deathclaw yet? saw my first one last night... [spoiler]thank god for the dart gun!![/spoiler]...

I just met one yesterday. doh (12).gif

[spoiler]I was on my way out of Raven Rock when I saw a giant box and a computer terminal. I've been hacking every last one of them I find in order to get the XP points from them....when it unlocked the box and out pops a deathclaw. Needless to say it took care of the robots, the Enclave guys...and then me.[/spoiler]

Damn deathclaws!
bOnEs
hey, i learned a new trick last night!! if you press R3 (PS3 of course) when your cursor is over any object, your character will pick it up and you can maneuver it around with the analog sticks!! i've been customizing my wastland explorer theme by putting a pile of pre-war money and weapons on the table... as well as putting a couple plates down with mole rat meat on it... basically, you can place any items anywhere, and THEY STAY THERE FOREVER!! i even got a BOS helmet on top of the motorcycle handlbars...

you can also drag bodies this way too... tonight, i am gonna see what other non-collective items i can move... i might try and steal a mannequin if i can laugh.gif... i wanna put it on the bike biggrin.gif...
asthenia
I did not know that, Turd. man... I wish I had. Still playing this non stop. OPX, you had much more time to play it recently?
bOnEs
well, i couldn't grab a mannequin... but, i did place a couple barrels, tires, and rims around my megaton house... those were the only movable objects in the town of megaton... i also have a couple of crates just outside the door with some junk in em... and i also found an intact garden gnome that now stands proudly outside my door too laugh.gif...

this is way too cool biggrin.gif... and now my house is just about full of junk... so much so that i've even started a junk pile in one of the corners with a bunch of scrap metal and other useless items... my place looks messy laugh.gif... it looks like a REAL wasteland explorer house, full of stuff found in the wastelands...
bOnEs
wow, i checked my save file last night and discovered that i've put in over 75 hours already!! i still have about 4 main quests left to do but, i've also done probably 75% of the side quests as well...

even with GTAIV, i put in maybe 60 hours on my 100% file and of course i've played the main story a couple of times and i've also played tons of hours online... but, 75 hours is a lot considering that i am not even finished with the game yet, and everything is single player... i thought GTAIV was the funnest game i've ever played, and it was... until i started playing fallout 3 of course... fallout 3 has now set a new bar for me as to what a video game can be... fallout 3's depth even puts san andreas and saints row 2's depth, combined, to shame biggrin.gif...

this is the greatest video game i've ever played... i've logged at least a couple hours about 5 nights a week into this game... and 2 or 3 of those nights, i am playing it all night laugh.gif... i just had to get that off my chest... now, after my friend leaves later tonight, i'll have to log a couple more hours in to it of course... my next destination would be [spoiler]vault 92... and from the sound of things, it might be one hell of a challenge because, it's not only infested with mirlurks but, it's also in deathclaw territory[/spoiler]... ohh, i can't wait!! laugh.gif...

but, that's right, you read me right... GREATEST VIDEO GAME... EVER... PERIOD(s)...
TheAnalogKid2112
Well bOnEs, you've done it for me. I'm definitely going to buy it sometime next month when I get the money.
bOnEs
i think the reason why its so massive and loaded with content is because its an RPG... i am not a big fan of RPG's but, this game is like a cross between and RPG and a FPS... and the one thing i've always respected about RPG's is the fact that they are loaded with content and most stories take about a hundred hours to complete... but yea, this is the greatest game i've ever played... and i really do believe i am gonna have to play it a second time because, i see the options when in dialog with someone, for the evil responses, and i totally want to say some of those things to people... like for instance, this older citizen of one of the towns was mentioning how he could use some help with something and the evil response was something like, "no way old timer... you better let me handle it by myself"... and another one's option was to call some bitchy lady a whore laugh.gif... it sounds like too much fun to be evil biggrin.gif...

but yea, you should check it out analog... in my spoiler box above, i typed the name of a destination i was heading to... well, after 2 hours of gaming last night i reached my destination but, that's it... because, on the way, i discovered two new locations and had to check em out, which killed about an hour... and that's what happens all the time in this game... your following a quest and you end up getting side-tracked because, your either fighting enemies or discovering new locations... then, 4 hours later you realize that you were actually trying to follow a quest laugh.gif... sometimes it's too deep...
TheAnalogKid2112
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 28 2008, 12:50 PM) [snapback]1473128[/snapback]
i think the reason why its so massive and loaded with content is because its an RPG... i am not a big fan of RPG's but, this game is like a cross between and RPG and a FPS... and the one thing i've always respected about RPG's is the fact that they are loaded with content and most stories take about a hundred hours to complete... but yea, this is the greatest game i've ever played... and i really do believe i am gonna have to play it a second time because, i see the options when in dialog with someone, for the evil responses, and i totally want to say some of those things to people... like for instance, this older citizen of one of the towns was mentioning how he could use some help with something and the evil response was something like, "no way old timer... you better let me handle it by myself"... and another one's option was to call some bitchy lady a whore laugh.gif... it sounds like too much fun to be evil biggrin.gif...

but yea, you should check it out analog... in my spoiler box above, i typed the name of a destination i was heading to... well, after 2 hours of gaming last night i reached my destination but, that's it... because, on the way, i discovered two new locations and had to check em out, which killed about an hour... and that's what happens all the time in this game... your following a quest and you end up getting side-tracked because, your either fighting enemies or discovering new locations... then, 4 hours later you realize that you were actually trying to follow a quest laugh.gif... sometimes it's too deep...

Lol uh oh..
I can't wait to play it.
§ynch
Sounds like you are impressed, Burglar, and doing well! It sure is fun isn't it? Man the combat system alone is worth it.
Don't worry about 'claws, the bigger they are, the harder they fall. You can take those guys.
I'm pretty obsessed/addicted with it right now. I'm playing a female character, she's awesome skilled and hot to watch as well. tongue.gif

For those of you that want a peek at GTA type craziness videos, there's already hundreds on youtube.
Not the way I would play in a serious way, but more funny, crazy, and mega violent videos going up every day.

Funny how we start small, then evolve into a badass, good kharma or bad. I can remember needing and fighting for everything. Now have so many of everything, like 12,000+ caps, and not much to spend it on. If you want to make cash and stock up on ammo, I highly advise the strong back perk. I've had to fast travel from some of the libraries, hospitals, schools and hotels up to 8 trips back and forth, it really helps out being able to carry more. Make a stash at the front door of any location for easy retrieval. Then travel and offload for cash, etc. in no time you will be rolling.

Those creatures and bad guys that used to trip me out, let's just say at level 19 I'm not worried. It's been an incredible journey already, and I'm not even done with the main storyline. Side quests and exploration. Took the "Here and Now" perk for the extra level, and leveled up for what I'm guessing is the last time, today. The story is what gets me off guard, rather tragic, kind of sad.

It might be considered an RPG but I've noticed the similarities to Manhunt, Silent Hill, Half-Life, and GUN. Not much GTA in this game, except that GTA is a cousin to Manhunt. (Remember Carl Johnson was the first GTA character to be able to use stealth) Also GTA was the first game series I played that the news radio followed actions of the main character, and this was good to hear in FO3. I'm playing on XB360 so been keeping track of all the achievements as well. If you've played the previous Fallout games, you've probably been waiting for this epic for a long time. Like GTA, Fallout has its series of clones, and none can touch the original series. This is a must buy, it's replay value alone is worth the price of most normal games. So many outcomes. You can play it a different way every time, although the main storyline follows a somewhat linear path regardless, no way around that. Test it out by using speech or actions, then re-load to previous save if you didn't want to have that outcome, almost everything you do in this game has a consequence, good kharma, or bad. I've found a number of glitches, or rather alternative endings to some quests, all because of your skill set. It's just an amazing ride. I'm taking notes in a FAQ-style, because of the outcomes of some of the side quests. If you do this, what happens, and how to do this, and what will happen. All the guys at work are playing and as usual they're like "How did you do this?" and "I did this and then this happened, can I go back?" so helping and sharing, helping and sharing. I can't wait to play through the 2nd time, maybe as an evil character, the first time is always "good".
TheAnalogKid2112
Shit, these Raiders don't stop do they! (I'm just now exploring the wasteland.) Combat was/sorta is really difficult for me, but I think I'm getting used to it. I've been using my pistol for humans and my switchblade/baseball bat on the animals, but I think I'm gonna have to start using my pistol on those damn dogs. They take half my health away while I'm trying to swing at them.
DiO
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Nov 30 2008, 03:03 PM) [snapback]1473331[/snapback]
Shit, these Raiders don't stop do they! (I'm just now exploring the wasteland.) Combat was/sorta is really difficult for me, but I think I'm getting used to it. I've been using my pistol for humans and my switchblade/baseball bat on the animals, but I think I'm gonna have to start using my pistol on those damn dogs. They take half my health away while I'm trying to swing at them.



Can you do that pausing kill shit with the bat? If not this game sucks ass and Im never going to get it.



















Im probably eventually going to get it.
CygnusX
Having played Fallout 3 for a good 10 hours or so in a week, I find it hard to understand what it is people find so good about this game. Guess I'm just not really the type of guy that likes all that fantasy storytelling and exploration. Sure you can decide not to talk to people and go out and just kill bloody everyone (that's what I do, mostly) but that gets boring after a while. What is it that keeps so many people hooked on this? What keeps you hooked?
TheAnalogKid2112
QUOTE(Imaphatpimp @ Nov 30 2008, 01:32 PM) [snapback]1473347[/snapback]
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Nov 30 2008, 03:03 PM) [snapback]1473331[/snapback]
Shit, these Raiders don't stop do they! (I'm just now exploring the wasteland.) Combat was/sorta is really difficult for me, but I think I'm getting used to it. I've been using my pistol for humans and my switchblade/baseball bat on the animals, but I think I'm gonna have to start using my pistol on those damn dogs. They take half my health away while I'm trying to swing at them.



Can you do that pausing kill shit with the bat? If not this game sucks ass and Im never going to get it.

Yes, you can even do it with fists/brass knuckles. It's really useful, especially with those giant mutated flies. Those are hard to aim at.
TheAnalogKid2112
QUOTE(CygnusX @ Nov 30 2008, 02:06 PM) [snapback]1473358[/snapback]
Having played Fallout 3 for a good 10 hours or so in a week, I find it hard to understand what it is people find so good about this game. Guess I'm just not really the type of guy that likes all that fantasy storytelling and exploration. Sure you can decide not to talk to people and go out and just kill bloody everyone (that's what I do, mostly) but that gets boring after a while. What is it that keeps so many people hooked on this? What keeps you hooked?

Everything. The exploration, the searching for the items, the thinking you have to do! I love all the choices you have and the different outcomes you can have. There was the village of Big Town or whatever that was, I could have done a quest for them. Instead, I killed them all and took their weapons.. lol. Idk, I just love what you can do in this game.
§ynch
QUOTE(Imaphatpimp @ Nov 30 2008, 01:32 PM) [snapback]1473347[/snapback]
Can you do that pausing kill shit with the bat? If not this game sucks ass and Im never going to get it.
Im probably eventually going to get it.


Yep like 2112 mentioned, you can.

You can use VATS pretty much for any weapon, or recon surveillance.
That's very handy for the sneak skills. There are like 20 more melee
weapons than just the bat bro, everything from a household rolling pin
and tire iron to a combat knife and ripper electric knife.
I use a custom built sishkabob, it's a flaming sword.
There is also a pneumatic glove called a power fist, and of course,
a rarer version of that. This game has a multitude of weapons,
custom weapons, and very rare weapons. I just scored a rare high
velocity SMG and a custom kneecapper shotgun all in one hour's play.
Stash those after a few uses, go back to plasma and sniper.
It's the WWE of the wastelands out here, if you can get into it.

QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 19 2008, 03:28 PM) [snapback]1472191[/snapback]
hey, i learned a new trick last night!! if you press R3 (PS3 of course) when your cursor is over any object, your character will pick it up and you can maneuver it around with the analog sticks!! i've been customizing my wastland explorer theme by putting a pile of pre-war money and weapons on the table... as well as putting a couple plates down with mole rat meat on it... basically, you can place any items anywhere, and THEY STAY THERE FOREVER!! i even got a BOS helmet on top of the motorcycle handlbars...


Dude my girl is SO into that. Not just decoration, but placement.
If you've ever been a slave dishwasher in a restaurant you'll
know what I mean. Try and stack up plates...it's like learning to
stack blocks as a kid all over again. With the XBox 360 it's RS,
the right joystick, and man does Wadsworth get in the way.
(I'm not sure if you have a servant if you went for Tenpenny Towers)
I had hand weapons nicely laid out on the desk then just went back
to the Wasteland Survival Guide, a Combat Knife, and an Ice Cold Nuka Cola.
Have the BoS helmet on the apparel file cabinet of course.
The workbench has got all the tools, it's the kitchen that was the bitch.
Had to literally learn how to maneuver and place, but it was fun.
You tried a mannequin? Awesome. I haven't tried much bigger than a
garbage can or wheel, and you can't take them inside your house with
you. This is like the gravity gun in Half Life but better, I just need to
learn the up/down and R/L axis...so far I noticed if you pick up an
object by a certain corner, handle, or top, you can guide them
carefully into place. Have stacked up Raiders by the dozens.

@2112:
The Raiders are bitches, they up your skill.
Taken the school library yet? I'm at Evergreen Mills.
Many places they re-spawn, but not after you clean them out.
Kind of like the Muties, in certain locations. I did the Springvale
School clean out early in the game, for the first level up.
(...and the ant caves)
Only the 3 outside in the broken area re-spawn.
That's just an example.
Super-Duper Mart interior they don't re-spawn.
I think once you clean out a building they only
re-spawn outside....and they are easy bitches
for XP points and skills/level up.
Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.
TheAnalogKid2112
@2112:
Taken the school library yet?

To be honest, the second I left Vault 101 I went the complete opposite direction of Megaton. I'm SO far from it. I've just been taking people out
and exploring this huge wasteland. I'm not going to do anything for those people right now (for example, the old lady's violin) so I'm gonna head back to find Megaton now.


Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.
Mole Rats are fucking hard to kill! I'm screwed aren't I?
bOnEs
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 1 2008, 02:28 AM) [snapback]1473400[/snapback]
@2112:
Taken the school library yet?

To be honest, the second I left Vault 101 I went the complete opposite direction of Megaton. I'm SO far from it. I've just been taking people out
and exploring this huge wasteland. I'm not going to do anything for those people right now (for example, the old lady's violin) so I'm gonna head back to find Megaton now.


Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.
Mole Rats are fucking hard to kill! I'm screwed aren't I?

haha, your still early in the game... mole rats will be the least of your concerns laugh.gif... wait till you take on a hoard of super mutants, one after another in the downtown area... its best to stick to the underground tunnels in the city until your skills can dictate whether you explore on the surface, or underground...

and i would suggest not to follow up on that violin/vault 92 quest for a while, at least until your in the teens for levels... i am now level 18 and i just did that quest... and it was a fucking challenge... the entire bunker is covered in [spoiler]mirlurks, mirlurk hunters and and kings... try taking on 3 at the same time, where your few VATS locks barely do any damage and your forced to play the game as a shooter[/spoiler]... if i didn't have a ton of stimpacks, i might not of made it out of there... but, the item you receive was worth the trouble, the [spoiler]blackhawk, if you managed to find some sheet music somewhere in the vault, or in other locations like the library or the school[/spoiler]...

this is sweet, there's some new players!!
asthenia
This topic's kinda making me wanna put F3 back in the PS3 and play. But Iunno.
OptimumPx
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 1 2008, 10:52 AM) [snapback]1473464[/snapback]
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 1 2008, 02:28 AM) [snapback]1473400[/snapback]
@2112:
Taken the school library yet?

To be honest, the second I left Vault 101 I went the complete opposite direction of Megaton. I'm SO far from it. I've just been taking people out
and exploring this huge wasteland. I'm not going to do anything for those people right now (for example, the old lady's violin) so I'm gonna head back to find Megaton now.


Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.
Mole Rats are fucking hard to kill! I'm screwed aren't I?

haha, your still early in the game... mole rats will be the least of your concerns laugh.gif... wait till you take on a hoard of super mutants, one after another in the downtown area... its best to stick to the underground tunnels in the city until your skills can dictate whether you explore on the surface, or underground...

and i would suggest not to follow up on that violin/vault 92 quest for a while, at least until your in the teens for levels... i am now level 18 and i just did that quest... and it was a fucking challenge... the entire bunker is covered in [spoiler]mirlurks, mirlurk hunters and and kings... try taking on 3 at the same time, where your few VATS locks barely do any damage and your forced to play the game as a shooter[/spoiler]... if i didn't have a ton of stimpacks, i might not of made it out of there... but, the item you receive was worth the trouble, the [spoiler]blackhawk, if you managed to find some sheet music somewhere in the vault, or in other locations like the library or the school[/spoiler]...

this is sweet, there's some new players!!

In the living quarters there are some computer terminals [spoiler]you can hack that can flood the area with white noise and kill all the mirelurks in the area. One outside the Men's dorm and one outside the Women's dorm.[/spoiler]

Have you been to Vault 108 yet? Gary. Gary? Gary!
asthenia
What about Brown Noise?
TheAnalogKid2112
God damn! What are caps and how the fuck do I get them! I need to talk to Moriarty about my dad but I have no caps.
OptimumPx
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 1 2008, 01:24 PM) [snapback]1473490[/snapback]
God damn! What are caps and how the fuck do I get them! I need to talk to Moriarty about my dad but I have no caps.

CygnusX
Caps are bottle caps or money. You can get them by collecting stuff everywhere, stealing stuff and trading them with some merchant. Or completing quests ofcourse.
bOnEs
QUOTE(OptimumPx @ Dec 1 2008, 12:30 PM) [snapback]1473485[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 1 2008, 10:52 AM) [snapback]1473464[/snapback]
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 1 2008, 02:28 AM) [snapback]1473400[/snapback]
@2112:
Taken the school library yet?

To be honest, the second I left Vault 101 I went the complete opposite direction of Megaton. I'm SO far from it. I've just been taking people out
and exploring this huge wasteland. I'm not going to do anything for those people right now (for example, the old lady's violin) so I'm gonna head back to find Megaton now.


Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.
Mole Rats are fucking hard to kill! I'm screwed aren't I?

haha, your still early in the game... mole rats will be the least of your concerns laugh.gif... wait till you take on a hoard of super mutants, one after another in the downtown area... its best to stick to the underground tunnels in the city until your skills can dictate whether you explore on the surface, or underground...

and i would suggest not to follow up on that violin/vault 92 quest for a while, at least until your in the teens for levels... i am now level 18 and i just did that quest... and it was a fucking challenge... the entire bunker is covered in [spoiler]mirlurks, mirlurk hunters and and kings... try taking on 3 at the same time, where your few VATS locks barely do any damage and your forced to play the game as a shooter[/spoiler]... if i didn't have a ton of stimpacks, i might not of made it out of there... but, the item you receive was worth the trouble, the [spoiler]blackhawk, if you managed to find some sheet music somewhere in the vault, or in other locations like the library or the school[/spoiler]...

this is sweet, there's some new players!!

In the living quarters there are some computer terminals [spoiler]you can hack that can flood the area with white noise and kill all the mirelurks in the area. One outside the Men's dorm and one outside the Women's dorm.[/spoiler]

Have you been to Vault 108 yet? Gary. Gary? Gary!

[spoiler]yea, i knew about the terminals but, i wanted the XP from all the mirlurks so, i took em down by myself... lol, at one point i was rummaging thru some metal boxes, all the while knowing there was a mirlurk hunter on the other side of the wall... well apparently, that mirlurk must of heard me because about 15 seconds later i turn around to head out of the room and BAM!! a mirlurk is right in front of me slashin' n hackin' at me[/spoiler]... damn, this game scares the shit out of me quite often laugh.gif...

but, no i haven't been to vault 108 yet... that was what my next plans were gonna be... once you discovered where vault 92 was, you learn where all the vaults are... and i was planning on checking them all out... [spoiler]i'd imagine none of them pose as much of a problem that 92 does... 92 is probably one of the hardest quests i've taken thus far... reilly's rangers is the toughest, and the GNR antennae one ranks behind vault 92 so far[/spoiler]...
§ynch
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 1 2008, 11:48 AM) [snapback]1473507[/snapback]
... once you discovered where vault 92 was, you learn where all the vaults are... and i was planning on checking them all out... [spoiler]i'd imagine none of them pose as much of a problem that 92 does... 92 is probably one of the hardest quests i've taken thus far... reilly's rangers is the toughest, and the GNR antennae one ranks behind vault 92 so far[/spoiler]...


Didn't you get inside the Citadel?
[spoiler]In the lab Rothchild shows you on his geo map where irradiated vault 87 is,
and it also shows all the locations of all the vaults. That line of questioning with him
only opens up after you read the Vault-Tec computer's info in A-wing.
I believe it's Archives, because that's where I went to sell my 6 BoS
holotags to scribe Jameson. Once you read the detail of all the Vault-Tec's
vault specs, it reveals that there is another G.E.C.K besides the one that
Braun used in vault 112 (Tranquility Lane)......and like a quest note opened on-screen.
"Picking up the trail"[/spoiler]

Another way is, I just hit level 20 and the perk I took
[spoiler]revealed all the map locations. You still have to travel to them,
to unlock, and you still get paid by Reilly for finding them.[/spoiler]



I have 6 Deathclaw Gauntlets, 7 Rock-it Launchers,
18 Bottlecap Mines, 15 Nuka-Grenades, and 4 Shishkabobs
if anyone wants to trade. I need more AR-21 ammo - microfusion cells.
Only have 1731 left! biggrin.gif



EDIT:
2 big questions for anyone who's finished, or knows the answers....go easy here:
1) [spoiler]Do you lose everything if you get captured by the Enclave?[/spoiler]
2) [spoiler]Can you lose your house (either one) or get robbed of your stash?[/spoiler]
bOnEs
QUOTE(§ynch @ Dec 2 2008, 02:34 AM) [snapback]1473562[/snapback]
Didn't you get inside the Citadel?
[spoiler]In the lab Rothchild shows you on his geo map where irradiated vault 87 is,
and it also shows all the locations of all the vaults. That line of questioning with him
only opens up after you read the Vault-Tec computer's info in A-wing.
I believe it's Archives, because that's where I went to sell my 6 BoS
holotags to scribe Jameson. Once you read the detail of all the Vault-Tec's
vault specs, it reveals that there is another G.E.C.K besides the one that
Braun used in vault 112 (Tranquility Lane)......and like a quest note opened on-screen.
"Picking up the trail"[/spoiler]

Another way is, I just hit level 20 and the perk I took
[spoiler]revealed all the map locations. You still have to travel to them,
to unlock, and you still get paid by Reilly for finding them.[/spoiler]

yea, i've reached the citadel but, that's where my missions are at... so, i've been staying away from there since, i am more interested right now in getting the upgraded weapons, doing some more exploring, and taking on as many side quests as i can... i haven't done a main story quest in well over a week... so far the weapons i've got are [spoiler]the blackhawk, xuanlong rifle, harkness's plasma rifle and working on getting sydney's 10mm SMG... i'm putting the finishing touches on the upgraded SMG quest tonight... i did most of the work last night going through the archives and talking to button... but yea, i learned the locations of the vaults when i took on agatha's quest[/spoiler]... the cool thing about the whole situation is there seems to be alternate ways of receiving information like the locations of the vaults... that's what makes the replayability of this game so high... there's always an alternate solution to tackling an objective biggrin.gif...
TheAnalogKid2112
I'm definitely getting a lot better at combat. And I now see what you mean by how easy it is to get sidetracked biggrin.gif
I was going to find Galaxy News radio and decided to explore that Super-Duper Mart. Anyway, that's why I know I've gotten a lot better because I took all the Raiders but one out with headshots, undetected. Only one caught me and I easily killed her with V.A.T.S.

This game rules! I can't wait to try this new Laser Pistol out.

EDIT: [spoiler]Shit, I'll be using it sooner than I thought. I'm searching the Pharmacy now and they came on the intercom saying "We're back, did you get the- Hold on, something ain't right here"[/spoiler]
HELP!!!
§ynch
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 09:19 AM) [snapback]1473599[/snapback]
QUOTE(§ynch @ Dec 2 2008, 02:34 AM) [snapback]1473562[/snapback]
Didn't you get inside the Citadel?
[spoiler]In the lab Rothchild shows you on his geo map where irradiated vault 87 is,
and it also shows all the locations of all the vaults. That line of questioning with him
only opens up after you read the Vault-Tec computer's info in A-wing.
I believe it's Archives, because that's where I went to sell my 6 BoS
holotags to scribe Jameson. Once you read the detail of all the Vault-Tec's
vault specs, it reveals that there is another G.E.C.K besides the one that
Braun used in vault 112 (Tranquility Lane)......and like a quest note opened on-screen.
"Picking up the trail"[/spoiler]

Another way is, I just hit level 20 and the perk I took
[spoiler]revealed all the map locations. You still have to travel to them,
to unlock, and you still get paid by Reilly for finding them.[/spoiler]

yea, i've reached the citadel but, that's where my missions are at... so, i've been staying away from there since, i am more interested right now in getting the upgraded weapons, doing some more exploring, and taking on as many side quests as i can... i haven't done a main story quest in well over a week... so far the weapons i've got are [spoiler]the blackhawk, xuanlong rifle, harkness's plasma rifle and working on getting sydney's 10mm SMG... i'm putting the finishing touches on the upgraded SMG quest tonight... i did most of the work last night going through the archives and talking to button... but yea, i learned the locations of the vaults when i took on agatha's quest[/spoiler]... the cool thing about the whole situation is there seems to be alternate ways of receiving information like the locations of the vaults... that's what makes the replayability of this game so high... there's always an alternate solution to tackling an objective biggrin.gif...


[spoiler]Nice going on the Xuanlong![/spoiler]
Sydney was easy, I had that thing before I knew what happened.
[spoiler]Go see the old man in the Rivet City museum - the gal
he is talking about is Sydney. I did her part by exploring, THEN
went and found the old man - it's weird but it worked to pass.
Getting the Declaration is wicked fun too. [/spoiler]


QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 2 2008, 02:25 PM) [snapback]1473642[/snapback]
I'm definitely getting a lot better at combat. And I now see what you mean by how easy it is to get sidetracked biggrin.gif
I was going to find Galaxy News radio and decided to explore that Super-Duper Mart. Anyway, that's why I know I've gotten a lot better because I took all the Raiders but one out with headshots, undetected. Only one caught me and I easily killed her with V.A.T.S.

This game rules! I can't wait to try this new Laser Pistol out.

EDIT: [spoiler]Shit, I'll be using it sooner than I thought. I'm searching the Pharmacy now and they came on the intercom saying "We're back, did you get the- Hold on, something ain't right here"[/spoiler]
HELP!!!


That's the best part!
[spoiler]Hack the terminal to get the Protectron to do the work for you.
I didn't, just took them all out. Later hacked the terminal, kind
of pointless after that part of the mart. It's also a quest.
Once you enter that back room, the 2nd wave is spawned.
More good stuff to get off of them.[/spoiler]


I loved the Super Duper Mart. If you see a scavenger out front with a robot,
try and repair it for him. If you stick around the mart long enough Regulators
might find you and they have those laser pistols you want.
They are bounty hunters, so if you turned down Burke, they come for you.
If you didn't stick around Megaton they probably won't come after you.
It's another easy combat for good supplies.
Also keep tracking Raiders for the Combat Shotgun.

I get side tracked all the time. biggrin.gif Awesome.



bOnEs
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 2 2008, 05:25 PM) [snapback]1473642[/snapback]
I'm definitely getting a lot better at combat. And I now see what you mean by how easy it is to get sidetracked biggrin.gif
I was going to find Galaxy News radio and decided to explore that Super-Duper Mart. Anyway, that's why I know I've gotten a lot better because I took all the Raiders but one out with headshots, undetected. Only one caught me and I easily killed her with V.A.T.S.

This game rules! I can't wait to try this new Laser Pistol out.

EDIT: [spoiler]Shit, I'll be using it sooner than I thought. I'm searching the Pharmacy now and they came on the intercom saying "We're back, did you get the- Hold on, something ain't right here"[/spoiler]
HELP!!!

be sure to stock up on ammo and stimpacks when you tackle the GNR quest... it's one of the funner quests in the game and it will really challenge you at this stage in the game... and it hosts one of the more cooler scenes in the game biggrin.gif... i was talking about it with AST earlier in this thread laugh.gif...

lol, and getting sidetracked is what makes this game so damn fun... every single time i am tackling a quest, something else pops up and next thing you know, you've abandoned the main quest again for another side quest...

----------

@synch - yea, i talked to the old man in rivet city... that's how i got started on the quest because, i hadn't discovered the archives beforehand... plus, [spoiler]i never grabbed the holotape from sydney's dad at the hotel so, i had to go back and get that... then i found out that i didn't wipe out all of the super mutants when i was there for the reilly quest so, i got to have some fun instead of navigating an empty building[/spoiler]... now i got's to go see her at underworld... i'll be getting that upgraded SMG tonight and i can't wait because i am the most accurate with single handed weapons... it's one of my perks, and it's really payed off since i got the blackhawk from [spoiler]vault 92[/spoiler]... i am droppin' mutants with one shot biggrin.gif... can't wait to see how fast i drop a mirlurk with the upgraded SMG...
TheAnalogKid2112
I couldn't hack that computer terminal in the Pharmacy. I got locked out.
I'm traveling through the Metro Stations now trying to find the radio station. Full of glitches TBH, but so much fun vaporizing those Feral Ghouls with my Laser Rifle. I did manage to guess the password first try in there. I just discovered Chevy Chase LMAO.
bOnEs
yea, there's quite a few glitches and weird happenings... but, when i look at the overall size of the game, i realize that you can't get everything when testing a game this size...

sometimes items just rock back and forth on the ground so it always sounds like someone is in the room with you, making a bunch of noise... that also alerts any enemies nearby if your trying to sneak past someone... one time i bumped into a table in another room and sure enough, the mirelurks heard it and came a rumbling towards me... robots seem to hear these things as well... but yea, there's quite a few glitches and whatnots... pretty much every time i play the game, i see something unusual or have something unusual happen...

btw, have you looked at the map after reaching a destination and said, "DAMN?!" i traveled across the wasteland for 10 minutes and only made it this far?! laugh.gif... that's fucking cool you got the game though, i knew you'd appreciate it biggrin.gif...

i am guessing your going for the energy weapons stats huh? i don't think i hardly put any stat points into that skill at all... so, those weapons and ammo are just trade fodder for me...
TheAnalogKid2112
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 04:34 PM) [snapback]1473656[/snapback]
yea, there's quite a few glitches and weird happenings... but, when i look at the overall size of the game, i realize that you can't get everything when testing a game this size...

sometimes items just rock back and forth on the ground so it always sounds like someone is in the room with you, making a bunch of noise... that also alerts any enemies nearby if your trying to sneak past someone... one time i bumped into a table in another room and sure enough, the mirelurks heard it and came a rumbling towards me... robots seem to hear these things as well... but yea, there's quite a few glitches and whatnots... pretty much every time i play the game, i see something unusual or have something unusual happen...

btw, have you looked at the map after reaching a destination and said, "DAMN?!" i traveled across the wasteland for 10 minutes and only made it this far?! laugh.gif... that's fucking cool you got the game though, i knew you'd appreciate it biggrin.gif...

i am guessing your going for the energy weapons stats huh? i don't think i hardly put any stat points into that skill at all... so, those weapons and ammo are just trade fodder for me...

Yeah, I don't mind the glitches at all. I haven't had any problems. It's truly an epic game. I agree on the map thing biggrin.gif It's SO BIG!

No, I've just discovered that the zombies' weakness seems to be the laser guns. I'm really weapon/ammo concious ever since running out of ammo in Resistance last year after it saved. Haha.
Yeah, this is one of the best games I've ever played.
bOnEs
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 2 2008, 09:26 PM) [snapback]1473665[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 04:34 PM) [snapback]1473656[/snapback]
yea, there's quite a few glitches and weird happenings... but, when i look at the overall size of the game, i realize that you can't get everything when testing a game this size...

sometimes items just rock back and forth on the ground so it always sounds like someone is in the room with you, making a bunch of noise... that also alerts any enemies nearby if your trying to sneak past someone... one time i bumped into a table in another room and sure enough, the mirelurks heard it and came a rumbling towards me... robots seem to hear these things as well... but yea, there's quite a few glitches and whatnots... pretty much every time i play the game, i see something unusual or have something unusual happen...

btw, have you looked at the map after reaching a destination and said, "DAMN?!" i traveled across the wasteland for 10 minutes and only made it this far?! laugh.gif... that's fucking cool you got the game though, i knew you'd appreciate it biggrin.gif...

i am guessing your going for the energy weapons stats huh? i don't think i hardly put any stat points into that skill at all... so, those weapons and ammo are just trade fodder for me...

Yeah, I don't mind the glitches at all. I haven't had any problems. It's truly an epic game. I agree on the map thing biggrin.gif It's SO BIG!

No, I've just discovered that the zombies' weakness seems to be the laser guns. I'm really weapon/ammo concious ever since running out of ammo in Resistance last year after it saved. Haha.
Yeah, this is one of the best games I've ever played.

...and ammo in this game is scarce to start out so it's good to be conscious... after you get some much needed perks and more weapons, the ammo will become abundant... but, i found myself numerous times early on going through ammo like crazy!! having to resort to my backup to the backup weapon a few times laugh.gif... which was the sawed-off shotgun early on, it's clip capacity was 2 so, it was definitely a last resort weapon...

what level ya at now?
TheAnalogKid2112
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 06:36 PM) [snapback]1473669[/snapback]
what level ya at now?

Still 3... Is there a meter like ?? out of ??? that tells me when I'll level up?

OMG I just fought the Super Mutant Behemoth! That was so fucking awesome! I took two V.A.T.S. shots with my hunting rifle, then went ape shit with the Chinese assault rifle. He went down in like 15 seconds.

Weird little glitch though: I'm looking at his carcass and It appears that there are two shopping carts melted into his back and a fire hydrant sticking out of his head biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
bOnEs
...the fire hydrant is actually his weapon laugh.gif... it's a hydrant at the end of a pole, lol... a little strange but, yea...
§ynch
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 04:34 PM) [snapback]1473656[/snapback]
sometimes items just rock back and forth on the ground so it always sounds like someone is in the room with you,
making a bunch of noise...


The Nuka Cola machine is often the one making the footstep type noises. Sometimes the neon lights flash on and off at the same time of the noise. This can be heard in any tunnel or place you've cleared out. Go back there and crouch, knowing there are no enemies left, and near the cola machine it will sound like someone is walking. It's the machine. But yeah the cans, bottles, and especially shopping carts and your flashlight can give you away instantly.

QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 2 2008, 07:41 PM) [snapback]1473678[/snapback]
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Dec 2 2008, 06:36 PM) [snapback]1473669[/snapback]
what level ya at now?

Still 3... Is there a meter like ?? out of ??? that tells me when I'll level up?


Not really 'out of' but on your PipBoy3000 one of the 3 menus tiers has general and status, check both of those. One of them shows your name and current level. There's no 'out of' also because later in the game you'll have a perk option called Here and Now. This basically gives you an extra XP level, almost instantly. So that's how I got to level 20, normally it stops at 19 I think. [Read that somewhere like the Bethesda site or the Wiki or something]


QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Dec 2 2008, 07:41 PM) [snapback]1473678[/snapback]
OMG I just fought the Super Mutant Behemoth! That was so fucking awesome!
I took two V.A.T.S. shots with my hunting rifle, then went ape shit with the Chinese assault rifle. He went down in like 15 seconds.

There's 5 of those guys in the game. At GNR you can take the fallen BoS Fatman, to use against the Behemoth. Also take the BoS armor and holotag.
bOnEs
lol, i shot a bunch at the behemoth during the GNR quest too... but, i hardly doubt i did any damage at the time... because, my stats were laughable back at that stage... but i was fucking epic!!

good luck with the quest that follows, analog... that's the quest that is a challenge for someone near the beginning of the game but, it offers some of the cooler visuals and scenes in the game... you'll have to talk about it when you finish it because i wanna hear how it turned out for you biggrin.gif...

@synch - yea, those nuka machines have those glowing flickering lights that seem to still function after all these years laugh.gif... but, i was talking about the items on the ground that sorta get stuck in a divot of sorts and just keeps clanking against the floor, making a bunch of noise... the enemies actually hear that, and it can totally blow your cover if your not careful...
TheAnalogKid2112
Synch: Yeah, I later died cause I pissed off the BoS and they shot me to pieces, so I had to start the whole scene over. I then found the Fat Man and unaware, I shot it at the behemoth from probably two feet away XD.png
Badass weapon though.

bOnEs: I sure will. I'm hesitant to do that. It sounds rough. I'll let ya know. Either way I'm unable to play until Saturday sad.gif


EDIT: Wow. Have any of you experienced the small but aggravating glitch where a Radroach gets stuck under a pile of rubble or in the floor? This happened in the subway and in the police station. They're untouchable and I wasted a hell of a lot of BB's on them hahaha
bOnEs
i use a bat on the radroaches... i actually sold my BB gun when i first got to megaton because i found a 10mm pistol in sunnydale... but, i have had a similar problem with radroaches... usually when i can't see 'em, they're underneath a pile of rubble that's higher than the floor... kind of annoying... you then have to wait until they decide to chase you, then they usually pop out of the rubble enough to be attacked...

but, i've also ran into sentry bots where half of their body is underneath the floor laugh.gif... i guess there's little spots in the world that weren't filled in 100% during production... this glitch is rather funny though because once you kill them, they shake violently, making a ton of noise and really, just making you laugh... they sorta remind you of the robots in movies or on TV that go berserk...
asthenia
Still got my BB gun, with 37 BB's.

...what? I might run out of ammo for ALL my other guns.

yarite. Does anyone know where I can find a big (I'm talking hundreds) stash of .44 bullets? I've got access to 3-Dog's cache (alternate route on some missions), or places that might have a good few stacks at least... I'm always running out of .44 ammo, 70 bullets doesn't last me long. Less than an hour.
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