Fallout was a series that took a long time for me to get into, but once I did, I was completely hooked. When I first picked up Fallout 3 I'd never played anything like it before, and as a result I had absolutely no idea what I was doing -- it's a hard game to get into if you're totally lost! Thankfully, Carolyn was there to help me play through the opening and guide me into the wasteland, and with her help I slowly got the hang of it. Before long I was well on my way to taking over the entire wasteland with my character -- I mean, uh, saving all those poor, helpless NPCs. (Who am I kidding, I played an evil character. Way more fun that way.)
From there, I wanted nothing but to play as much Fallout as I could. New Vegas was just as great of a journey as 3 had been, just in a totally different way, which I enjoyed a lot. I went back and played through both games multiple times, but it was the setting that had really captured my interest. Fallout has fascinating worldbuilding, and I absolutely love the post-apocalyptic, retro-future vibe it has. So, from there I went on to explore the first two games -- which is still a work in progress, because there's a definite shift between them in gameplay, but it's been a blast nevertheless. (It should come as no surprise that Fallout 4 more or less took over my life upon release.)
The site title comes from the iconic opening monologue, of course. How could I pick anything else?
This layout features a number of the perks from Fallout 3. I had to put it together fairly quickly, but I'm happy with how it came out. Fallout is half wacky and half serious, and I definitely wanted to portray the wacky side of it. All the perk images are from the Fallout wiki.
I'm happy to affiliate with any site or fanlisting related to Fallout. I'm also happy to affiliate with fanlistings for other western role-playing games. Contact me if you're interested.