I am very interested in new knowledge of Fallout content, whether it's official or not. Here I'd appreciate it if people shared their head-cannons. I know it might be cringe, but honestly anyone's imagination is better than Bethesda's. I'll start: The games I find cannon are: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout Tactics 2, Fallout Van Buren, Fallout New Vegas + the frontier (I know, I'll address conflictions.), Fallout New California, Fallout 1.5, Fallout Nevada, Fallout Sonora, Fallout Mutants Rising, Fallout Empire (fudgemuppet's idea), and two fallout games I've come up with. I will clarify first, I haven't finished any total conversions and I'm aware there are conflicts, but when I finish them I'll try to fix it in my mind. I left out Bethesda games, but I don't think they should be 100% non-cannon, I mean Fallout 3 and 4's stories on paper sound pretty cool, but they need to be heavily modified to make me care. Now Fallout New Vegas and Van Buren don't work together in their current states but I have retcons for the inconsistencies. First, just remove Arcade from Van Buren, easy, second, Joshua Graham doesn't get punished by the Legion and you can get him as a follower if you clean up his schedule a bit. And lastly (as far I know, I just finished reading design doc 12) Hoover Dam, in New Vegas it was apparently lying dormant until 2274 but in Van Buren an entire city was built on and in Hoover Dam in 2253. I think it could be fixed by saying this: As Caesar's Legion grew, they pushed the NCR further and further west. NCR's president Peterson just told everyone to hold position and fight back as hard as they could, but when Kimball was elected, he could see this was not working out well. A year later, in 2274, Kimball made the decision to evict the citizens of Hoover Dam and turn it into a military outpost. This was, of course, an unpopular decision so the NCR had to cover it up. They sent all of the citizens, eastward, into Legion territory but provided protection and even bribed many of them to not tell. It was effective for hiding it from the people west of the dam, but almost every major city in the four-states commonwealth got droves of immigrants telling the tale. I also think that the cut good ending for Fallout 2's intelligent deathclaws should be re-integrated. And I think that S'lanters could work if modified a bit. How about instead of dwarfs wearing fur suits living in a fairy forest, they could be just regular sized raccoons, or maybe just regular shaped but bigger. They could live in a landfill which they've fortified with walls and makeshift turrets. There could be a whole colony instead of just 4 or whatever because they reproduce quick. The military would be in three groups, soldiers, gatherers, and scientists. The soldiers would be commanded around by the general and they'd mostly just be guards but if they needed, they'd fight invaders. Gatherers would leave the landfill to gather resources. Scientists would do scientist things I don't know. And lastly for retcons, Harold never went to Washington D.C., and he sure as hell never becomes a tree. Who knows where he is now, maybe he went back to Gecko, maybe the HUB, maybe Vault 5, who knows. I can give my ideas for Fallout games if you guys want, but for now I think is satisfactory, please share your ideas.