Whatever, it makes you grow fast, it doesn't matter in your 19 or 40 or 90, if you want to survive, learn some damn survival techniques and if you can't, a book will help. Okay, why is it different... APART from your excuses that it is. It's clear you didn't bother with the links I provided just so your "it's not the same" argument will stand. THEY LOOK THE SAME! WHERE DO THEY SAY IT'S DIFFERENT? WHERE? WHO SAID IT'S DIFFERENT? WHAT DID OBSIDIAN DO THAT SAID THAT ITS DIFFERENT? WHY DO BOTH BOOKS LOOK THE SAME? WHY DO THEY HAVE THE SAME NAME? You complain about me not answering when you haven't answered my questions. I mean that everyone here is bitching about "The LW isn't smart enough to deal with this bomb, they're not good enough to do any of these things". The VD dealt with nonsense of this caliber all the time in Fallout 1 and all I see are double standards. Even after the LW gets acquainted with the world, all I see is "The LW shouldn't do this! They're from a vault!" As far as I can see, it's simply because the LW is from F3 which makes everyone hate them by default. "It's okay that the VD could talk the Master into killing himself, but it isn't okay for the LW to talk Eden into self destructing". It's double standards like this that makes the rest of the internet hate this site, and it's easy to see why. Yeah, that was "NEWS", I'm sure the people of the CW have better things to do then trek across the desert for something that has a 50/50 chance of working out. Also, you keep bringing up these blueprints, where are these blue prints? It's so easy to say "just get blueprints". WHERE DO YOU GET THEM FROM?! WHERE IS THE LANDMINE FACTORY TO GET THESE FROM? And who in Megaton, a town far from landmines, is an expert on disarming landmines? And the people in Megaton never leave their town, who are they going to find to disarm landmines for a endeavor that the rest of the town couldn't give two shits for? It makes sense to send the new meat on the task as they have no relationship to anyone else and thus will probably not be missed. That was an example of being prepared doesn't hurt even if it's unlikely. The vault would have to be prepared. God forbid if the vault runs out of food, "ah well were're dead, we ain't got no survival techniques because apparently we don't need em' because were're in a vault that never opens." Well you haven't done well answering my questions, hypocrite much? Here are all the questions you didn't answer yet, they're in bullet points in case you get lost: - Why didn't the developers DO something that directed it to be not the same book? (And give me info from the game, or developer info, NOTHING ELSE) - Why did the developers think that the audience would just know they were "different books?" - Why did the developers think it was a good idea to create something exactly the same as something that was already established? - Why do the "two different" books have the same name, font, cover style, and the skull on the front? The "creators" of the "books" couldn't do something else? - Where is the landmine blueprints located along with the landmine factory? - Where are all the computers with survival techniques on them? - How can you build a settlement easily without help? - Why does the VD get to do unlikely things and get praised for it while the LW gets no respect for doing similar things? - Why is Moira unfit for the book EVEN THOUGH she fixes you up when you get hurt and her book is a success if you do well? And finally... - Why is your opinion that the NV WSG is different make everyone else who thinks otherwise stupid and wrong?