Rampaging through Fallout New Vegas with Captain Yesterday


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I've taken literally thousands of Stimpaks and never gotten addicted in New Vegas. It's not listed as a thing.

Can you list exactly what it says?


I will later, I could've been mistaken and gotten addicted to Super Stimpaks, it happened when I was getting swarmed by the Vegepygmies in Vault 22, so probably chalk it up to the heat of battle and what not, at work right now.


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From an E-mail in H&H Tools, Inc.

To: Jenny DeSoto "P.S. My wife's out of town for the weekend. Why don't you come over after work Friday? Bring the Accordion and the Riding Crop.

Lol!


I have found nothing in my stats or what have you signifying an addiction to anything, so *shrugs* irradiated gremlins f$$@ing with me maybe :-D


F#&+ing A! is there a kink Jenny didn't have! Stovepipes souvenir moon rocks and all!


I'm just gonna say it, maybe they could've beaten Roboco or whatever if they weren't f**%ing each other with Stovepipes and moon rocks.

Perhaps a tie in to Mr. House in Lucky 38, nicely done!


Even if you get addicted to something, a doctor can fix it for like 20 caps.

Except Ant Nectar. There's a bug where that will NEVER BE CURED, so if you get addicted to Ant Nectar, reset.


I don't think I'm addicted, I think my pip boy is f#~$ing with me, even went to the New Vegas Clinic and no option for curing addiction came up.


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Fixer cures most stuff on any case.

By the way, I'm loving talking this with you. It's making me nostalgic.


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I have Veronica decked it in some spikey metal armor, sunglasses and a Ballistic Fist.

She looks bad ass!


thegreenteagamer wrote:

Fixer cures most stuff on any case.

By the way, I'm loving talking this with you. It's making me nostalgic.

It's a lot of fun. :-) did this in FaWtL last time and gave Sharoth Fallout 3 nostalgia. :-)

By the in Fallout 3 on the alien Mothership, when you get to the bridge, open the door and fire a Mininuke at the captain, clears the bridge every time. :-)


I'm totally devastating South Vegas or wherever it is the fiends are entrenched, Annabelle has been well fed indeed.


I must say, this is by far my favorite Vault of all time.

So many fiends that like to stand near each other and explode together, Veronica especially has been fond of punching heads off, so epic! My only regret is I have to get ready for work and can't rampage it in one glorious run.


I'm glad I stocked up on ammo for my grenade rifle before I went there.

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Cap'n Yesterday... I think I may understand what's going on. Super Stimpaks have a debuff effect--they heal you superfast but penalize your stats for a bit. This is NOT an addiction effect, it's just a side effect of the super stimpaks.


Got done destroying the Vaults, I like how that one fiend leader just sat on his throne as I opened the door and chucked a stick of dynamite in his lap, then Veronica punched him into pieces. Used the experience and Repair boosting vault suit there to fix the elevator at the second one and got the thingy there, used the loot gained to get a bad ass suit of Mark 2 armor, I'm not going to overthrow the Brotherhood leader, seems like a nice guy, I know I lose out on choice armor but he seems to see things aren't as bleak on the surface as he thought. Honestly, as Deathquaker said he seems more ready to f#%~ s~!% up then douche bag power hungry dude made it out to be.


So who do I get to train me with power armor?


That guy you won't help.

Or you get Arcade as a companion (which means losing Veronica), do ALL of his quests (which are a pain to get started), and near the end of the game you will get the Enclave remnants to train you.

Pretty much the only option if you don't help Hardin.


I guess I'll just have to comfort myself with all the ammunition until then. :-)


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I guess I don't like the elder because after I save the brotherhood's collective butts with his quest he's kinda like "thanks that's nice bye now."


I'm fairly independent and don't care for establishment, so I'm cool with it, I'm grateful for the free shack loaded with ammo and weapons. Also I have Veronica a suit of power armor so she won't get knocked unconscious as much.

The assault on that mutant b++~~ at Black Mountain begins tonight!

(But not until I'm done with f$!#ing work tonight!)


All work, and No rampage make Captain Yesterday go something, something.

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captain yesterday wrote:

I have Veronica decked it in some spikey metal armor, sunglasses and a Ballistic Fist.

She looks bad ass!

It's fun to dress up Veronica (and the other companions as well). My favorite is Arcade's family armor, sunglasses, and a superheated Saturnite fist.

Good luck at Black Mountain! Poor Tabitha.


The assault begins now!!


Well that was quick! turns out i was mostly done, just had to up to her room and start capping, easy peasy. :-)


yay!

ED-E is online, gonna go take out the powder gang.


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I suspect the powder gang grossly misinterpreted how many explosives I was carrying, they really should've sent more then 6, I didn't even recruit anyone other then Sunny, who I did want to include in the first place "Um, Ringo, is that your name. See this chick decked out in power armor, I've seen her decapitate a Deathclaw with her fist ("Talk to the fist, cause the hand is pissed" - Northern State), oh and this robot hovering behind me, that thing hanging down, while as suggestive as it may seem is quite destructive".

I have a feeling if I could've used my own argument I would've won out.


Taking ED-E into the Boomer's power generator station, not my best idea. Ants gorging on gun powder and a robot rocking a huge ass laser do not mix so well.


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Yeeeaaaaah. Did you get sploded by howitzer shells going off in chain sequence?


Not completely, I was crippled pretty bad once:-D

Veronica was knocked unconscious a couple times, luckily I was able to sneak crit quite a few before ED-E went on his rampage.

That'll do ED-E, that'll do.

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The best thing about taking out the Powder Gangers is then you get MORE explosives.

Sounds like your character is a good fit with the Boomers.


My plan is to help the Boomers and build up my ammo supply, then fast travel to the powder gang prison, and let loose the hogs of war (or some other farm animal).


thegreenteagamer wrote:

That guy you won't help.

Or you get Arcade as a companion (which means losing Veronica), do ALL of his quests (which are a pain to get started), and near the end of the game you will get the Enclave remnants to train you.

Pretty much the only option if you don't help Hardin.

if you do Veronica's quest along with his quest chain he will teach you how to use power armor, so you don't have to over throw him


Well, that's something I never found out! Nifty. I think the one time I helped him I had Boone.


thegreenteagamer wrote:
Well, that's something I never found out! Nifty. I think the one time I helped him I had Boone.

yeah, found that out during my current play through, you also have to convince Veronica to stay with the Brotherhood


you're going to hate the Dead Money dlc unless you grab a few ranks in unarmed or melee


But the best Energy Weapon in the game is there.


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Hi. A question. Does "DLC" mean down-loadable content? If so, is it free?


Rynjin wrote:
But the best Energy Weapon in the game is there.

wish that gun hurt the holograms or at least disabled them for a short time


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ericthecleric wrote:
Hi. A question. Does "DLC" mean down-loadable content? If so, is it free?

Question 1: Yes

Question 2: No


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Aha! Thanks.

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There are all sorts of reasons to hate the Dead Money DLC, don't limit yourself to character-build related items.


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ericthecleric wrote:
Aha! Thanks.

I got the ultimate edition for Xbox 360 for twenty bucks, has all the DLC added in.


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Sebastian wrote:

There are all sorts of reasons to hate the Dead Money DLC, don't limit yourself to character-build related items.

like those speakers that are all over the place

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Blackvial wrote:
Sebastian wrote:

There are all sorts of reasons to hate the Dead Money DLC, don't limit yourself to character-build related items.

like those speakers that are all over the place

Yes! And the stupid poison mist. And the indestructible opponents. And the fact that all the NPCs will...

Spoiler:

Go psycho and attack you if you didn't choose the right dialogue options when you first met them.


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Or that it's just the most boring to play through, all slow paced and repetitive.

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Given the (3 person) consensus around Dead Money, I'm curious as to everyone's ranking of the various DLCs. I'd probably put it in this order:

1. Honest Hearts: I'm somewhat surprised by this one myself, but looking back on the various DLCs, I have the most fond memories of Honest Hearts. I liked the various tribes/tribal politics, and the pristine natural environment was such a stark contrast to the rest of the games that it left a lasting impression.

2. Old World Blues: I can't fault anyone who puts this as #1. The sweet base and it's assortment of talking appliances is worth the price of admission. And the talking stealth suit was a big hit with the kids ("you should wear the armor that talks!").

3. Lonesome Road: It was an epic slog down a railroad, but it kept me entertained and had a lot of love for my favorite portable beer cooler/companion ED-E. Seriously, am I the only one that takes perverse pleasure in loading ED-E up with cold beverages and snacks? He's a damn fine combatant and significant upgrade to the scooter coolers you see these days.

4. Dead Money: Ugh.


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1. Lonesome Road: Great story. Loved that you can come and go. RED GLARE!!!!1!!ONE!! Liked that so much carried over to the core, like Ed-Es upgrades, and your solo perk...which boosts crits...which I think I mentioned....also, Ulysses was a nice foil.

2. Honest Hearts. I liked Joshua Graham, although this seemed even more railroad than Lonesome. This had a decent story.

3. Old world blues. I actually liked the weapons, the items, the story, the characters, but... Roxy was literally worthless. I'm using literally correctly here. She dies in one hit and doesn't respawn even if you're not in Hardcore mode. She is worthless. Also, the radio got really repetitive...and I hate the feel of the place. Plus, it was LONG and I got tired of it and kept wanting to leave...but couldn't.

4. Dead money. F*** you whoever made this. And an extra big f*** you to whoever decided to teach me a lesson about greed with all that gold at the end. My friend swears there's a way to leave with all of it, but no matter how many times I tried, I couldn't.

Killing Elijah is just the most satisfying shot in the game, though. It makes Caesar feel like punching a pillow in comparison. It's like pure digital morphine. I hate that dick.


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I have gotten the gold out of Dead Money three times. It is a pain to get out, but it can be done.


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Fallout New Vegas DLC ramble

Spoiler:

I will rank them in order of my most favorite to least favorite.

1 - Honest Hearts. I LIKED the people that I was fighting for. JG was a man who had fallen (hard and far) and was trying to get back up. I cared about the Sorrows and Dead Horses. Daniel, Follows Chalk, and Walking Cloud were PEOPLE in my mind. I had to decide would I sacrifice a land for a peoples "innocence" or sacrifice a people to preserve a beautiful land. (I preserved the land.)

2 - Dead Money. The was something oh so satisfying about leaving Elijah behind in the vault while I escaped with the gold. Plus I liked Christine, Dog / God, and even Dean a bit. I felt sorry for all of them, and in the end helped them heal, even if only a little bit. Plus I got this really SWEET Holorifle!!! And these unlimited casino chips! Take that Elijah!!! You will never hurt Christine or Veronica again!

3 - Old World Blues. I really enjoyed it, but OWB did not have the emotional impact that HH and DM did for me. Plus, after the third time through, it felt like a slog. Having said that, it was campy, cheesy fun.

4 - Lonesome Road. Uggg. Such a BORING DLC. And I felt like telling Ulysses to go stuff himself. I am sorry if I delivered an item that I had no idea would do that. If I HAD known, I would have never taken it there, but I didn't know. At least I did not intentionally destroy a whole city or do all the horrible things that you did, you Fracking Hypocrite!!!!!

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