Only 40,000 tons? 40 million pounds. There has to be an easter egg, a farce, an irony or an inside joke about that. Or a serious typo. Forgive me for saying it but, if I had a dog that ugly I'd shave it's butt and train it to walk backwards.
Post by CollinMacleod on Dec 20, 2015 13:11:45 GMT
Fallouts' version of a barber pole... It spins.
Edit: Sort of funny, the female barber is smoking, next to a no smoking sign. In fact, practically everybody smokes when sandboxing, once in a while. It caught me off guard when Piper lit up. You don't see them smoke, you just hear a match strike and turn around and they have a cigarette, they pose for a few seconds then throw it away... Desdemona I think you actually see smoking, but only to light a cigarette, so perhaps that is what they all do. She is just a chain smoker, so she lights up ALL the time..
There's a doctor that allows you to change your face and body as well, there's no need to use the console to bring up the character creation system so if you decide you don't like being skiny with pale skin you can go see the doc and make yourself dark brown and fat or muscular. That's a welcome improvement from previous games that once you finish making your character you are stuck with it.
Cow glitching Teddy bear jail Not sure about the water Alien toy weightlifter Garrrrrryyyyy Concession stand at Diamond city... How does the worker get in there to sell peanuts and beer, there's no way in besides climb over? Modding the muck pools to be green glowing like I did for FO3 and FNV. Piper wearing custom camo vault suit.
I would suggest holding off on exploring and all side missions until after you completed the main quest with each faction. The main quest is typical Bethesda but fubar because they decided to go more than 2 factions in the main quest unlike Skyrim and it is a clusterf**k to decide what one you want to side with. The main quest itself has some side missions that must be completed that are faction specific but the main line isn't all that varied. If you do a typical Bethesda game player and just wander off and do everything but the main quest doing each faction becomes far less enjoyable. Do each main quest for each faction(and their side quests that are required) and pick the one you want to side with and then do a normal eff about game, yeah you will know whats going to happen in the main quest but atleast everything else not faction specific is new and fun. Also by the time you are there the CK is out and lotsa new mods!
If you like being the uber good guy, you might want to do the Brotherhood of Steel faction first and get that one out of the way. If you do one of the other factions then BOS you will hate it.