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#9 - No, you can be offended by a joke, but you act like an adult a…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2015 on killin it 0
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#10 - frutus (12/16/2015) [-]
That's sort of what I meant
#109 - Old World Blues was the only dlc from NV I really liked. I ho…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/15/2015 on Brotherhood of Steal Your... 0
#110 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
yeah. I've heard speculation about at least one of the DLC taking place on the moon. Theres a bunch of stuff in game that references the moon and even the sea of tranquility. So maybe moon commies, maybe more aliens. Doesn't matter. They could turn fallout into full on 1950s scyfy campyness and as long as the writing was good I wouldn't care.
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#147 - thedoomdonkey (12/15/2015) [-]
from personal speculation, I feel that the DLC (if it follows the same trend as fallout 3) we will probs get a DLC related to a nearby area that has been affected by the bombs (like the Pitt and Point Lookout) I think it might be something Manhattan related, but thats just pure guesswork. going back to the moon speculation, thats entirely possible when you compare that to Mothership Zeta, as something out of this world pun definitely intended

I would also guess at probably a settlement building expansion or something small and silly like Hearthstone.

I dont know how likely it is, but I really, Really want to see a DLC that is based in a different country after the war. Like whats hinted at in the HMS Northern star which is filled with a bunch of Norwegian Ghouls
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#165 - nickelakon (12/15/2015) [-]
They have stated that Fallout will never take place outside of US already though
#90 - Yeah, I've noticed that even though I like Fallout more. I fe…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/15/2015 on Brotherhood of Steal Your... 0
#108 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah. I find little pockets everywhere, but they are very little pockets and are very few. Elder scrolls has a bajillion books, NPCs willing to tell you the whole history of the universe, and enough random dialogue that it fills out the world as a cohesive whole.

Fallout 4 feels like a deep world but they refused to fill it in with history and interesting tidbits. I find new stuff all the time, and I love it. But it feels they spent more time putting the world together than they did... well everything else.

Thats why I have high hopes for the expansions. Bethesda has shown before that they have the chops needed to make a deep story, look at the Elder scrolls, very deep world. The expansions need to be like New vegas, but better. In New Vegas the DLC formed a coherent and full story broken into chapters. Fallout 4s DLC needs to do the same on a greater scale. I hope in a year or two people go around saying "Man the expansions for fallout 4 are some of the best pieces of content bethesdas put out. I bought fallout 4, for the expansions". It's terrible to rely on DLC but i feel bethesda can pull it of.
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#109 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
Old World Blues was the only dlc from NV I really liked. I hope they dont do more of the same with 4.
#110 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
yeah. I've heard speculation about at least one of the DLC taking place on the moon. Theres a bunch of stuff in game that references the moon and even the sea of tranquility. So maybe moon commies, maybe more aliens. Doesn't matter. They could turn fallout into full on 1950s scyfy campyness and as long as the writing was good I wouldn't care.
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#147 - thedoomdonkey (12/15/2015) [-]
from personal speculation, I feel that the DLC (if it follows the same trend as fallout 3) we will probs get a DLC related to a nearby area that has been affected by the bombs (like the Pitt and Point Lookout) I think it might be something Manhattan related, but thats just pure guesswork. going back to the moon speculation, thats entirely possible when you compare that to Mothership Zeta, as something out of this world pun definitely intended

I would also guess at probably a settlement building expansion or something small and silly like Hearthstone.

I dont know how likely it is, but I really, Really want to see a DLC that is based in a different country after the war. Like whats hinted at in the HMS Northern star which is filled with a bunch of Norwegian Ghouls
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#165 - nickelakon (12/15/2015) [-]
They have stated that Fallout will never take place outside of US already though
#84 - I really wished Bethesda would hire some more writers who woul…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/15/2015 on Brotherhood of Steal Your... +5
#88 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah. I like that they have fun with their own canon and lore but at the same time the serious and visible stuff that alters the whole state of the world has to stay consistent and good. Otherwise they turn into Games workshop.

I love Fallout 4 and the rest of the franchise. But compared to the Elder Scrolls series, they are lazy with Fallout. Elder scrolls keeps coming back with deeper and deeper lore and history, characters that make sense, a vibrant world. On the other hand they treat Fallout as far less than that, a franchise they can do what they want with even if it turns to shit.
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#90 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah, I've noticed that even though I like Fallout more. I feel like the Fallout 4 is like a really big kiddy pool. It has lots of surface area, but little to no depth.
#108 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah. I find little pockets everywhere, but they are very little pockets and are very few. Elder scrolls has a bajillion books, NPCs willing to tell you the whole history of the universe, and enough random dialogue that it fills out the world as a cohesive whole.

Fallout 4 feels like a deep world but they refused to fill it in with history and interesting tidbits. I find new stuff all the time, and I love it. But it feels they spent more time putting the world together than they did... well everything else.

Thats why I have high hopes for the expansions. Bethesda has shown before that they have the chops needed to make a deep story, look at the Elder scrolls, very deep world. The expansions need to be like New vegas, but better. In New Vegas the DLC formed a coherent and full story broken into chapters. Fallout 4s DLC needs to do the same on a greater scale. I hope in a year or two people go around saying "Man the expansions for fallout 4 are some of the best pieces of content bethesdas put out. I bought fallout 4, for the expansions". It's terrible to rely on DLC but i feel bethesda can pull it of.
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#109 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
Old World Blues was the only dlc from NV I really liked. I hope they dont do more of the same with 4.
#110 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
yeah. I've heard speculation about at least one of the DLC taking place on the moon. Theres a bunch of stuff in game that references the moon and even the sea of tranquility. So maybe moon commies, maybe more aliens. Doesn't matter. They could turn fallout into full on 1950s scyfy campyness and as long as the writing was good I wouldn't care.
User avatar
#147 - thedoomdonkey (12/15/2015) [-]
from personal speculation, I feel that the DLC (if it follows the same trend as fallout 3) we will probs get a DLC related to a nearby area that has been affected by the bombs (like the Pitt and Point Lookout) I think it might be something Manhattan related, but thats just pure guesswork. going back to the moon speculation, thats entirely possible when you compare that to Mothership Zeta, as something out of this world pun definitely intended

I would also guess at probably a settlement building expansion or something small and silly like Hearthstone.

I dont know how likely it is, but I really, Really want to see a DLC that is based in a different country after the war. Like whats hinted at in the HMS Northern star which is filled with a bunch of Norwegian Ghouls
User avatar
#165 - nickelakon (12/15/2015) [-]
They have stated that Fallout will never take place outside of US already though
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#74 - Why would they kill of the Lyons? Why didnt they just have th…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/15/2015 on Brotherhood of Steal Your... 0
#77 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Owen Lyons was originally from the BoS home bunkers. As he grew older he became unhappy with the brotherhoods methods and often spoke out against their ways and traditions. Over the years he gained a fairly large following among him peers. The BoS command could silence him due to his ability as a leader and his ever growing following. So they gave him and his group the task of traveling to the East coast to scavenge the DC wasteland for technology and set up a new chapter. With him gone no one would join his cause and he might even straighten out.

Months passed and Lyons and company made it to the DC wasteland where they found the ruins of the pentagon, super mutants, and the ailing people of the Capital. Not only did he not straighten out, but he outright forsook the teachings of the brotherhood to help the people of the wasteland and beat back the mutant hoards and the other terrors of the wasteland. He's been out on the east coast for 20 years trying to make things better. But he and his men don't have the manpower, technology or the resources to fight a war on the scale needed. Thats when the Wanderer showed up. This one man army came in and did what the brotherhood needed done, paving the way for them to become the powerhouse that they are.

Thanks to the wanderer the brotherhood beat the Enclave, gained vast amounts of tech, secured new bases and were able to set forth plans to build the Prydwen. That's when Lyons died of old age, shortly after that his daughter died in battle. And after that some poor group of wrighters had to wright out most of the named BoS characters who would have been viable Elders so that Maxson could be elder and lead the brotherhood.
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#84 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
I really wished Bethesda would hire some more writers who would tell them something is stupid as shit.
#88 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah. I like that they have fun with their own canon and lore but at the same time the serious and visible stuff that alters the whole state of the world has to stay consistent and good. Otherwise they turn into Games workshop.

I love Fallout 4 and the rest of the franchise. But compared to the Elder Scrolls series, they are lazy with Fallout. Elder scrolls keeps coming back with deeper and deeper lore and history, characters that make sense, a vibrant world. On the other hand they treat Fallout as far less than that, a franchise they can do what they want with even if it turns to shit.
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#90 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah, I've noticed that even though I like Fallout more. I feel like the Fallout 4 is like a really big kiddy pool. It has lots of surface area, but little to no depth.
#108 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
Yeah. I find little pockets everywhere, but they are very little pockets and are very few. Elder scrolls has a bajillion books, NPCs willing to tell you the whole history of the universe, and enough random dialogue that it fills out the world as a cohesive whole.

Fallout 4 feels like a deep world but they refused to fill it in with history and interesting tidbits. I find new stuff all the time, and I love it. But it feels they spent more time putting the world together than they did... well everything else.

Thats why I have high hopes for the expansions. Bethesda has shown before that they have the chops needed to make a deep story, look at the Elder scrolls, very deep world. The expansions need to be like New vegas, but better. In New Vegas the DLC formed a coherent and full story broken into chapters. Fallout 4s DLC needs to do the same on a greater scale. I hope in a year or two people go around saying "Man the expansions for fallout 4 are some of the best pieces of content bethesdas put out. I bought fallout 4, for the expansions". It's terrible to rely on DLC but i feel bethesda can pull it of.
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#109 - MrDeadiron (12/15/2015) [-]
Old World Blues was the only dlc from NV I really liked. I hope they dont do more of the same with 4.
#110 - froggernaught (12/15/2015) [-]
yeah. I've heard speculation about at least one of the DLC taking place on the moon. Theres a bunch of stuff in game that references the moon and even the sea of tranquility. So maybe moon commies, maybe more aliens. Doesn't matter. They could turn fallout into full on 1950s scyfy campyness and as long as the writing was good I wouldn't care.
User avatar
#147 - thedoomdonkey (12/15/2015) [-]
from personal speculation, I feel that the DLC (if it follows the same trend as fallout 3) we will probs get a DLC related to a nearby area that has been affected by the bombs (like the Pitt and Point Lookout) I think it might be something Manhattan related, but thats just pure guesswork. going back to the moon speculation, thats entirely possible when you compare that to Mothership Zeta, as something out of this world pun definitely intended

I would also guess at probably a settlement building expansion or something small and silly like Hearthstone.

I dont know how likely it is, but I really, Really want to see a DLC that is based in a different country after the war. Like whats hinted at in the HMS Northern star which is filled with a bunch of Norwegian Ghouls
User avatar
#165 - nickelakon (12/15/2015) [-]
They have stated that Fallout will never take place outside of US already though
#71 - That's where you're wrong you're free to like what you like, b… 12/14/2015 on Neither were the ewoks 0
#69 - Are you really so blinded by your fanboyism that you can't acc…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/14/2015 on Neither were the ewoks 0
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#70 - reaperssprint (12/14/2015) [-]
I'm hardly a fanboy, so way to show your ineptitude by assuming my disagreement is because I'm a "fanboy". I just see the arguments you're making baseless unless viewed through your lense. The movies weren't nearly as bad as you'd like people to believe, but you're allowed to dislike them.

The issue here is that people like you aren't satisfied unless everyone sees it your way, you're right and everyone who disagrees is wrong and a fanboy. Get over it, people's opinions aren't any less valid because they don't agree with you.
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#71 - MrDeadiron (12/14/2015) [-]
That's where you're wrong you're free to like what you like, but just because you like something it doesn't make it good.
#65 - Did you watch all 7 of just part 1 and jumped the gun?  [+] (4 new replies) 12/14/2015 on Neither were the ewoks 0
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#68 - reaperssprint (12/14/2015) [-]
It didn't get any better. It's the same old biased complaints every time.
It comes down to this, if you don't like it that's your business, but people do like it so get over it.
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#69 - MrDeadiron (12/14/2015) [-]
Are you really so blinded by your fanboyism that you can't accept the faults in logic and storytelling? Trust me I loved the prequels as a kid, but as I grew up the story made less and less sense and the flashing lights impressed me less.
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#70 - reaperssprint (12/14/2015) [-]
I'm hardly a fanboy, so way to show your ineptitude by assuming my disagreement is because I'm a "fanboy". I just see the arguments you're making baseless unless viewed through your lense. The movies weren't nearly as bad as you'd like people to believe, but you're allowed to dislike them.

The issue here is that people like you aren't satisfied unless everyone sees it your way, you're right and everyone who disagrees is wrong and a fanboy. Get over it, people's opinions aren't any less valid because they don't agree with you.
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#71 - MrDeadiron (12/14/2015) [-]
That's where you're wrong you're free to like what you like, but just because you like something it doesn't make it good.
#61 - For me them being unnecessary is just icing on the cake. If t… 12/14/2015 on Neither were the ewoks 0