I always thought about what happened to other places in the story of FO - its definitely something worth exploring. For me, its wondering about any place or country in it. Although seeing as this about in the U.S., specifically, I always wondered what areas like the North Midwest, or Northwest and into Canada would be like. Many of those areas have very deep and to this day, uninhabited wilderness. Areas around Jasper National Park in Canada, for example, are incredible sights to see as-is far removed from major cities. Also, I'd like to know how Minnesota would have fared, for selfish reasons of course (where I am from) - I think largely with less humans, wilderness would grow over many places, but they would be great areas to live off the land for any survivors as the Ojibwe did long ago in NE Minnesota and the Dakota Sioux in the Southwestern half. With survival and hunting skills, the Boundary Waters is where you would want to go to be far removed from trouble or any of the many lakes that dot the land. I definitely loved the stark setting of FO1/2, but it would be interesting for one to be one set further away from the coast lines and major cities which is something I always thought about while playing them. Something far more 'greener' and wild. Bethesda is normally obsessed, ever since they got the franchise, with their new games for the focus to be with larger urban city areas, something I don't find that interesting - mostly because I don't find large cities to be that appealing to look at or live in. Also I've never actually been to North or South Carolina, but looking at a map, if I was survivor living in those areas I would probably head far away from major cities where trouble might be brewing like Raiders or groups "like" BOS setting up their own law of the land and head straight to Uwharrie National Forest and Badin Lake. From there I would continue West, go around Charlotte and head to Cherokee National Forest.