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I’m fucking rich…..after the Apocalypse
Fallout 3. Studies of a post apocalyptic suburbia by Adam Adamowicz.
Considering what you had to do to get into Tenpenny, and what you had to do to stay there, it’s weird the warmth and homeliness it exudes compared to Megaton, which is just kind of a shithole.
I almost feel like that was done on purpose..
Tenpenny or Megaton are the main Player Home locations though; Tenpenny has to be seen as a viable alternative (I prefer Megaton for reasons, not least being not having to blow up a town to get the house)
War… War never changes.
Since the dawn of human kind, when our ancestors first discovered the killing power of rock and bone, blood has been spilled in the name of everything: from God to justice to simple, psychotic rage. In the year 2077, after millennia of armed conflict, the destructive nature of man could sustain itself no longer. The world was plunged into an abyss of nuclear fire and radiation. But it was not, as some had predicted, the end of the world. Instead, the apocalypse was simply the prologue to another bloody chapter of human history. For man had succeeded in destroying the world - but war, war never changes. In the early days, thousands were spared the horrors of the holocaust by taking refuge in enormous underground shelters, known as vaults. But when they emerged, they had only the hell of the wastes to greet them - all except those in Vault 101. For on that fateful day, when fire rained from the sky, the giant steel door of Vault 101 slid closed… and never reopened. It was here you were born. It is here you will die. Because, in Vault 101: no one ever enters, and no one ever leaves.
“The only messiah I see is the state of your room “