Fallout New Vegas
chapter 113

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  1. FastBlackCat
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    I remember Charon from Fallout 3 but for some reason I never took him on as a companion (I used to be, and to some extent still am, a lone wolf cat sort of player, although I do make exceptions).   Looks like Garrett is beginning to formulate some ideas on what to do with Necropolis and how to appeal to the citizenry to do it.
    1. Bernt
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      Thank you very much Pat Charon is a good companion. Though not one of my favorites (cue Clover and jericho ) Llama brought him to The Mojave which means that The Courier also meets him - if ever so briefly. Sonehow he's crept in and become an ever more important character in my writings. Makes sense now that Necropolis has become a stage too. Which I most certainly had NOT planned.......
  2. etholas
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    It always amazes me how just a short sentence can evoke such a powerful response, or even a single word for that matter when a character has touched your life so deeply. 'Valeria'. :)
    Again another entertaining chapter.
    1. Bernt
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      I just HAD to bring Val and Charon together somehow. I don't know if she'll somehow appear again. It's got to be logical so..... As you very well know I like to hint at all of (most of) the other Fallout games. Kind of bringing them together in a big cauldron Thanks a lot Etholas
  3. testbruker13
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    A dance in the dark(ness). You carry your story along very well. The lore I don't mind so it is impossible for me to comment on that but as I said "A dance in the dark(ness)" as the couple I mentioned in one of you images - an intence longing for something :) I love this and it makes me dance too.
    !::!
    1. Bernt
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      Thank you Jan. An interesting observation  
  4. cormell
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    He came, he saw, he conquered. We'll see how it goes. I liked that picture with Charon drinking beers. "Homey."
    Radiation tag, that takes me back. I had to wear one clipped to my collar in the old days at the lab and occasionally a pocket dosimeter.  I hit the limit once or twice, but so far I don't see any signs of ghoulification.
    1. Bernt
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      Interesting. Maybe in another 50 years.... Thanks a lot Laird Charon is kind of getting under my skin. He is very useful and I like to flesh him out a bit. He's becoming an important character along the way.