*Title reads "Fallout" but I'm actually talking about Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout: New Vegas. It seems to me one of Bethesda's favorite aspects about the Fallout setting (their interpretation of it, at least) is the Red Scare of the pre-War world, that permeates into the post-War world. I've played Fallout a couple of times, and Fallout 2 and Fallout 3 just once. I have played Fallout: New Vegas extensively, however, what surprises me the most is that most of the "commie" related stuff I can think about originates from Fallout 3. The most prominent examples is the giant robot that goes around shouting anti-Communism propaganda. My request is as follows: do you guys know of any communist references in Fallout and Fallout 2, as well as New Vegas? For the sake of consistency, I don't want things such as "the Shi are Chinese", but rather specific "anti-Communist" messages or direct "Communist" references. Basically Red Scare related, as opposed to simply "Great War related" (thus the Fallout 1 intro cinematic doesn't count). These are the ones I could think of, from New Vegas. In red lettering are those references that are strictly Post-War. In green lettering are those references that are strictly Pre-War. - No-Bark Noonan talks about commie ghosts occupying the REPCONN facility, saying they are "hoping to steal our rockets so they can fly up and paint the moon pink and draw a Lenin face on it." - The unique battle rifle, This Machine, has an inscription on its side that reads "Well this machine kills commies". - A Helios One terminal entry talks about the dangers of discussing work related information with friends, family, and coworkers: "One day at school, Ivan Bullykov will get more than lunch money out of your kids. He'll have national secrets!"; "Are they friends... or *comrades*?" I'm interested to know if there's anything of the like to be found in Fallout and Fallout 2.