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Discussion in 'Fallout 4' started by The Dutch Ghost, Nov 15, 2015.
Until one snaps into you like a slim jim.
Do they come with special animation packs where they randomly get heart attacks?
Far too soon, just wait some more.
That Minuteman quest where we first see the power armour, my character noted that with the PA, she can wield the minigun. But the minigun has no strength requirement, so she still can use it without the PA
Went into vault 81, quite impress with the amount of NPCs that i can talk to. One of them said they are so cranky because they have been living in the vault for 200 years. What, are they immortal or something??
Try to kill them, those that don't die, are immortal
I remember that vault, was it the vault where I had to do a wonderful fetch quest to find a cat that somehow magically escaped through the vault door? Or the quest with the secret area with the rats which resulted in getting a disease that permanently took 5% of my total Heath away and made me choose to save the boy or use he cure on myself? Such "choice and consequence".
There is a furry mod?
Nooo...but I was watching a screwed up mod video of Fallout 3 and you could choose and customize between three different furry races. I don't know if New Vegas has any but it's only a matter of time before Fallout 4 has some. Though LoversLab is having a blast with making all those nude mods.
Wait, is that the isolationist vault that is sketchy about letting people in, but after I get there the vault door is never closed again? That counts as having impact on the world right?
Yes all you have to do is give them stuff or use your Jedi mind tricks and you're allowed to come and go as you please.
Fun Fact: I still had to kill things just to find a little girl's cat.
That little girl's cat quest is pretty wonky, I had the guard scream at a completely unmoving cat about not getting away, I stood there for about 2 minutes until the cat remembered it was supposed to run out of the Vault and did so, you can't even "catch it" before it leaves the Vault, it's just a very blatant excuse to get you out of the vault so they don't have to come up with a palusible reason for the kid to get bitten by the infected mole rats without getting ripped to shreds.
You could say it was because of...engine limitations.
I have to admit that quest was really really boring and only served as a reason to make me run all the way through some hostile bloatflies to some hostile super mutants that were near and didn't happen to kill the cat.
The cat didn't magically escape through the vault door. It slipped through when you entered the vault, that door is real slow so it'd make sense for the cat to be able to slip past.
What doesn't make sense is going after the cat and telling it "oy, git home!" and the cat understands and obeys your command to return home. Oh and cats are extinct. Sooo... It's a synth cat. I guess. Maybe. Don't they have synth gorilla's?
Hey I haven't played Fallout the Borderlands DLC since November, I though the door closed everytime you enter and exited but I really don't pay attention to some of it since I was dying of boredom a lot of the time I was playing the game.
They do, and they're pretty neat, but they don't play much of a role in anything. One of the many interesting things that Bethesda teased and then didn't deliver on. An Institute that really went nuts with making all sorts of creatures, whether through synth design or genetic engineering, would have been awesome.
But pointless, even more than the Institute is already. Fallout isn't Blade Runer. You have always to ask your self, why bother? Why bother creating Synthetic humans when you can just pur out 10 000 robots to take everything over. I am pretty sure for the amount of resources it takes to make Synths, you could no clue, send a million Mr Handys out and just kill everyone. Not that Fallout was a game where everything made sense, but seriously, why has every game to crank up everything to 11 these days.
No the cat gets out of the Vault as you walk down the entry hallway, you will get a special "encounter" in there where a Guard will scream at empty space, a cat will teleport after 10 seconds and then it will run off 2 minutes later. Vault 81 also never closes it's door after you get in, because Fuck it, I guess.
I think the BoS would notice a gigantic army of robots invading the wasteland. But in general, yes, the Institute's tactics would make more sense if they were up against actual nations on the surface world, rather than ramshackle shantytowns like Diamond City and Goodneighbor.
Yeah right ... because the BoS didn't know about the Institute either way. It just doesn't make sense in my opinion.
Umm cat's being extinct isn't such a problem, because you'd have to be an all knowing god to be able to say without doubt that cats no longer exist. Even Mr House lacks that knowledge.