Fallout new vegas courier ending relationship

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fallout new vegas courier ending relationship

While new vegas will turn into a hellhole (tunnelers) I believe the best ending is With the NCR ending, their corrupt leaders are praised and they continue to for a friendly relationship between the NCR and the New Vegas area. Without the involvement of the Courier, the Legion is liable to fail to claim. The Courier is the player character in Fallout: New Vegas. of connection to the budding community of the Divide in southern California this ending is non- canon as the Courier's true fate sees them taking part in the Battle. After the Courier guaranteed New Vegas' independence at the Second Battle of The Courier maintained good relations with the Boomers, whose overflights of Mostly I'm interested in hearing your head-canon endings.

After the New California Republic sacked Navarrothey recovered unfamiliar technology with familiar symbols such as the Old World flag which they linked to similar ones in the Divide. Soon after, they sent the Courier to deliver a package to the Divide; a package which turned out to be a detonator containing missile launch codes.

According to Ulyssesthe package "woke up" and sent the detonation signal to missiles locked in the silos, resulting in massive earthquakes and powerful storms. The Courier got the job after Ulysses pulled out when he learned that the sixth Courier's name was next on the list.

The Courier was intercepted by Bennywho then shot them in the head and left them for dead, buried alive in a shallow grave in Goodsprings Cemetery. The Courier was then dug out by Victora supposedly friendly Securitron under Mr. House 's control sent to make sure the Chip was delivered.

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The Courier was then nursed back to health by Doc Mitchellthe resident doctor of Goodsprings. Other background information Edit The player character can make several suggestions about their past through in-game dialogue options. Since these are, as the name suggests, optional, it can be assumed that these are down to player choice and as such, do not form part of the player's background until they have been selected.

Below is a non-exhaustive list of elements of the character's past which can be explicitly expressed by players during gameplay: The Courier is initially unaware of the rarity and value of the Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle caps as Malcolm Holmes says the Courier did not express any emotion upon finding their first one.

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Even if the Brotherhood of Steel from Hidden Valley have not made contact, the Courier has heard of them when conversing with Veronica Santangelo for the first time and, upon passing an intelligence check, when interacting with Christine in Dead Money.

The Courier is also seemingly aware of their technology obsession, the Codexand their hostility with the NCR and Legion. It can be inferred during dialogue with Veronica Santangelo that the Courier does not know where they were born. The Courier can tell Cass that they [the Courier] do not know what fish is.

What really caught my loyalty to the House is when he said: The quote "War, War Never Changes" struck me! Anything that was still standing was because Robert Edwin House took out 68 of the 77 nuclear warheads heading for the city. Everything that was broken as far as I could see and beyond, all across the globe, was because of the divisive politics of the old world leaders, politics that NCR and the Legion still sustain.

Put one in jail, 3 more rise up to take his place, his connections, his "benefits", his power and influence, and they almost always use it for personal gain rather than for the good of the people. I have worked with lawyers, prosecutors, judges, lawmakers, politicians, mayors. The righteous ones are opposed by the crooked system and removed if they don't mend. They'll always get rich off of the poor and the sickly, off of the addicts and the meek, through dishonesty and mass manipulation.

There are good people in NCR, of course, but then again there were some excellent gentlemen as Nazi officers and colonels in World War II, who were just following orders or those who have had nothing to do with the camps and gassing innocents. At its core NCR is based on a divisive system, keeping the poor at the bottom and making the rich even richer, way above and beyond the purpose of law, promoting their ranks solely on namesake and affiliation rather than merit.

Just like the B. I'll tell you how: I'm not saying I would ever side with the Enclave, but at least they didn't stretch so far as to condemn entire squadrons of their own men and entire towns like in Nelson, Searchlight and Nipton because of lack of manpower and equipment.

They were more humane and intelligent than that.

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One man can make a difference: And he's not a dictator figure. He doesn't care if people worship him. It's not his face on the Securitron's displays. He doesn't call in people to kneel before him and pray to him and praise him. He stays in all alone and watches patiently from above.

He'd rather have the courier take all the glory and get all the praise. He just wants to put people back in their own homes, in schools and engineering colleges, in factories and on the moon.

The others don't impress me half as much as Mr.

fallout new vegas courier ending relationship

Based on his own words: In the NCR, you have something that resembles a nation state. Savage as it is, in Caesar's Legion, you have an organized society. But neither of these offer a future.

fallout new vegas courier ending relationship

They're regurgitations of the past. If you take Mr. House out of his stasis chamber, he will ask you why you have ruined his plans and he will react differently depending on what you tell him: I never killed him, but I took that from his wikia page. I feel that although he praises "dispassionate calculation" to reach success, a lot of his motivation is in the love for and faith in mankind. He's seen the horrors and managed the damage and he still believes people are worth saving, that they're smart enough to handle new technology and that under his leadership he'll prevent them from using it against each other.

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Age and information brings wisdom, and though a lot of Ghouls have rotted their memories along with parts of their brain, his genial brain capacity is ever more extended through the use of his computers.

He was not exaggerating. But he picked up the savages from the streets and gave them enterprises to run.