Nestled in the mountains, the door that leads to Vault 11 is the kind you see hammered onto a shack. It is rotting wood and nails and spider webs clinging on to existence like the people of Fallout’s post-apocalyptic Mojave Wasteland. The Brotherhood of Steel have sent us here to find a differential pressure controller, one of the parts needed to repair their faulty air filtration system. The Brotherhood said nothing about the horrors inside. Vault 11 is unusual in that when you first arrive its main door, the one with the number 11 on it, the one would normally hiss and creak before pulling back and rolling sideways, is open. Most of the vaults you encounter throughout the Fallout games are locked shut, which makes sense. The vaults were designed to keep nuclear fallout out and happy dwellers in. Why is Vault 11’s door open now? Through the main door, on the floor of a large entry room are four skeletons huddled together. Next to one is a 10mm pistol. Nearby is a terminal, one of Fallout’s famous green-flickering lore boxes. On it is a security recording of the vault entrance. Voice 1: Are we really gonna do this?… Read full this story
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