Fallout New Vegas The Survivalist

FALLOUT Lore: Volume 5 – The Survivalist

Zion National Park was a nice place to visit back before the war, a valley where folk came to turn off their PIP Boys and pretend they were “Roughing it”. Some of the people in the back when times didn’t...
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Religion and identity intertwine in the eyes of many Thedosians, whether their own practice or the practices of others. Some values dissociate with the everyday livelihoods of its followers, while others’ constantly interject. Whether life is managed by deity or...
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Fallout 3 Lore History Point Lookout DLC

FALLOUT Lore: Volume 3 – Point Lookout

When the Great War destroyed civilization, humanity’s petty rivalries died along with the people who harbored them. From the leaders of nations right down to neighbors squabbling over their gardens, the voices went silent when the bombs fell. But there...
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The most powerful nations in Thedas are ruled by humans. Dwarves, Elves, and Qunari are not necessarily considered lesser races, but it is undeniable that humans dominate the lands. For years, human ambition has changed hands and forced borders to...
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Fallout 3 Lore History The Pitt DLC

FALLOUT Lore: Volume 2 – The Pitt

The Mojave has to worry about slavers from the Legion capturing folk. But at least when you’re grabbed by the Legion, you know where you’re heading. Out East in the Capital Wasteland there are plenty of slavers, but it seems...
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Greetings internet. It’s Josh. The head nerd behind your weekly dose of lore. I don’t type words into the internet very often, because I find it makes my hair fall out to read some people’s comments. Today however, I’m throwing...
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