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When you exit Cerulean Robotics, a group of three elderly women (known as Maud’s Muggers) named Irate Ida, Rancorous Ruth and Malefic Maud wearing pre-War spring outfits and armed with rolling pins and switchblades will attack you.
They often have a small amount of caps, showing the success of previous muggings.This is possibly a reference to a Monty Python sketch named Hell’s Grannies. Any resident of Freeside may occasionally mention them.

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When you exit Cerulean Robotics, a group of three elderly women (known as Maud’s Muggers) named Irate Ida, Rancorous Ruth and Malefic Maud wearing pre-War spring outfits and armed with rolling pins and switchblades will attack you.

They often have a small amount of caps, showing the success of previous muggings.This is possibly a reference to a Monty Python sketch named Hell’s Grannies. Any resident of Freeside may occasionally mention them.

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Joshua Graham

Joshua Graham quoting from the book of Boney M.

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Joshua Graham

Joshua Graham quoting from the book of Boney M.

(171 plays)

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“Keep up the great research, super assistant!” 

  - Moira Brown

saveroomminibar:

Fallout 3. Studies of a post apocalyptic suburbia by Adam Adamowicz.

the-varangian-warlord:

Happy Birthday Lone Wanderer!

the-varangian-warlord:

Happy Birthday Lone Wanderer!

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saveroomminibar:

Fallout 3. Artwork by Adam Adamowicz.

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Fallout 3.

Adam Adamowicz.

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Oasis

A settlement located north-west of Clifftop Shacks in the Capital Wasteland. It is unusually full of trees and green plants. Birds can also be heard once inside the gate, suggesting that animal life has since been flourishing here.

Oasis was originally a mine, but after the Great War it became just another part of the wastes. This was until Harold, a special mutational product of the Forced Evolutionary Virus or FEV, arrived.
Harold possessed a tree growing on his head which he called Bob and eventually found himself overwhelmed by Bob and became rooted to the ground during his travels in the Capital Wasteland region after 2241.

Here, he was discovered by several people who began to worship him as a god, and a small and exclusive cult known as the Treeminders began to form in secrecy.

I totally flipped my shit when I realised this was THE Harold.

(Source: saveroomminibar)

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theheatinmybones:

Mad Max always makes me want to play Fallout.

theheatinmybones:

Mad Max always makes me want to play Fallout.

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saveroomminibar:

Fallout: New Vegas. Legion Territory Concepts and Ranger Helmet Artworks from Massive Black, inc.