- In case this is news to anyone, the Fallout world is a divergent Earth. And moving on to our next contest: All right, here's the contest for next time - other than FEV I (and II), name two other non-real-world viruses that exist in the Fallout universe. And NO, despite his appearance, the Master is not a virus. So ha ha ha ha, funny people, now do some research.
Tim Geoghegan (whose last name makes him sound like a sci-fi villain), wanted to extend help to those of you who want to get to those mysterious footlockers in Broken Hills.
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The first three updates have been collected into a sinister "Update Zero" and the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth updates stand on their own.
For those of you who haven't seen these before, the Fallout Bible is a collection of background material and hi-jinks from Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 compiled into one document so the fans can take a look at it.
Fallout Bible 9 is the ninth and last installment of the Fallout Bible, a collection of documents containing background material for the first Fallout games compiled and written by Chris Avellone. All notes in italics come from The Vault editors, not from Chris Avellone himself.
Here's the ninth Fallout Bible update - if you missed any of the others, check the Black Isle main page ( scroll down, and click on the "Read More News Here" section (and scroll down or do a "Find" for "Fallout").
And as such weird and wonderful beasties can be created by said radiation and fallout without having to explain it all away with FEV.
For anyone new to this argument, the following answers have been derived from it: - FEV (Forced Evolutionary Virus) explains the more grievous mutations in the wasteland (the Master, the Master's pets such as the floaters and centaurs, super mutants, Harold), and radiation caused most of the other giant-style mutations you see (scorpions, rats, ants, etc.) and some of the others (ghouls).
Since they were let in to Vault 0, they didn't even suspect, that there can be an even more secret base. to cover up existence of the Enclave - the more people knew that the Cheyenne Mountain Complex was changed into a government vault, the less people would suspect that the government would in fact hide on an oil rig. Somebody, probably DJ Slamák asked about an item called the "Tangler's Hand" in the last issue.
it could have been part of the experiment - maybe the Calculator was MEANT to go mad? Turns out (according to the Fallout 1 Editor), it looks like the Tangler's Hand belonged to a fellow named "Tangler" (surprised?
Through the power of bumping despite the loss of search functions on the BIS board, I am proud to present the arguments of Senior Carrot: Carrot is not to be confused with the Flaming Carrot comic book character. The big hit list goes as follows: The Enclave (should be sorted now) The timeline (needs to be sorted) FEV (the debate should end here) The problem as perceived by the/some fans: MCA in writing the FOB lost track of the essence of FO its pulp sci fi element, instead of sticking to the universe where modern day physics don't apply it seems a modern day excuse has to be conjured up to explain everything.