Nicky and his screenshot-bombing again.
Try to keep it non-spoilery, folks!
A foggy morning in the Commonwealth.
Doing a little something I like to call "makin' gazpacho!"
I love the lighting in this shot.
Nicky and his screenshot-bombing again.
Last edited by Judith; 19th Nov 2015 at 14:36.
I'm starting a collection. Would be nice to get at least 1 full set.
FYI, don't leave them out in the open like that, unless you got solid defenses all around. I left my PA here for most of the time, and at some point, during the raider attack, one of these fuckers actually went and put it on. He was shot by the turret later, but this way you lose the frame
I just found my 3rd Power Armor suit yesterday.
I also have about 6 spare Fusion Cores at the moment. I'm conservative about using them though, only use the PA when traveling outdoors into uncharted territory.
I came back to a settlement where I'd left my power armour the other day, only for the settlement to be attacked by super mutants. After fending them off, I saw a settler in power armour. "...wait a minute, that's mine! Get out!"
Thankfully, he did get out, but since the arms on the power armour were broken at the time, he took them with him and kept them in his inventory when he got out. I had to wait until he'd stopped yammering about the super mutant attack (which took leaving the settlement and coming back later); once his default dialogue was restored I was able to trade them back out of his inventory.
Turns out, your companions don't use up any fusion cores. I gave Nick a core in his suit that was at 3 / 100 and we used it for our trek on foot through the glowing sea. (beautiful bit of world building there)
I'm liking this game more and more. but the further I get the more complicated things get to manage.. Inventory... settlements.
I really hate that you can't ditch quest items anywhere. and some of them take up weight in your pack.
I'm also really liking the ability to customize your companions. I had the urge to get piper to run around in a sparkly red dress... but instead I went for a more Max Rockatansky look. With the Fallout equivalent of an IPSC Racegun. I dig it.
I also took my first stroll through the glowing sea today.
My Nick doesn't get a suit. He says he doesn't need one but that dirty look he's giving me says something else.
I'm starting to think this bus is never gonna arrive.
Oh wait, it did arrive, and look who's driving! Aww!
Who says you can't be armored AND classy at the same time? This ballistic polymer-weaved dress actually offers better protection than a BOS suit + and arm/leg pieces
It's greyed out in the picture because he already committed his commands to VATS. The abort is for de-targetting before you click the BLAM button.
I have not posted much anything here in ages, but Fallout 4 combined with the ability to take screenshots in Xbox One is a good enough excuse.
A couple of shots from the top of the Boston Bugle building.
Please note the shadow of my robotic companion in the lower right side.
Rad Storm while in Covenant.
Just after sunset or before sunrise, can’t remember…
Favourite settelement. Forgot to make the HUD transparent for the screenshot.
The daytime colours are definitely not greenish gray any more.
Strange encounters far in areas my level 13 survival difficulty character cannot survive being detected ...
*** picture would be here if imgshark would not be a shitty picture host ***
... ??? ... ok, fuck this place, i am leaving.
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I really like this picture - emerging from the deeps after walking along the bottom of a river in power armour:
Standing on one of the tallest buildings in the city, wearing a silly hat:
A view of the rooftops:
An armoured bathrobe, offering better protection than combat armour while looking ridiculous:
Should've posted this a couple of days back, but I forgot. Don't think it counts as a spoiler, just a little Easter egg. Make a point to visit Diamond City around the right time of year and have yourself a Merry Christmas with an irradiated Cola or something.
I started playing Fallout 4 few days ago. At first I was rather disappointed with the game. It seems that I needed several hours in order to forget about The Witcher 3 and now I am enjoying Bethesda's game in spite of all its (terrible) issues.
I think we do not have to avoid spoilers anymore... Be warned!
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