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188 Trading Post is a location in Fallout: New Vegas.
Buildings that have fallen in to a state of disrepair.
Aerotech Office Park is a location in Fallout: New Vegas.
The infamous U.S. military base where secret experiments on aircraft and weapons are said to be performed. A common conspiracy theory is that Area 51 is a place where alien UFO's are stored.
A floor below ground level in buildings found in some parts of the world. A chief dwelling of zombies, ghosts and portals from hell.
The Big Mountain Research and Development Center, or more simply "Big MT", was an underground research facility that conducted unethical research on living human subjects, among other things.
Bitter Springs is a settlement from Fallout: New Vegas in the Mojave Wasteland. Bitter Springs is a New California Republic-run settlement that was formerly controlled by the Great Khans.
Black Mountain is a location from Fallout: New Vegas.
A location in Fallout: New Vegas. During the First Battle of Hoover Dam, NCR Rangers booby-trapped the city with explosives and lured Legion troops into it, effectively decimating their forces.
Because some bridges are too large to be considered mere objects.
A cave in Fallout: New Vegas. It is located northwest of Camp Searchlight and contains the unique varmint rifle "Ratslayer".
A hardened shelter, often buried partly or fully underground, designed to protect the inhabitants from falling bombs or other attacks.
An NCR base in Fallout: New Vegas.
Camp McCarran is a location in Fallout: New Vegas. It is the main headquarters of the New California Republic in the Mojave Wasteland.
A former town turned into a NCR outpost.
A place to gamble.
A common place in Survival Horror video games. Burial grounds for the deceased. Or zombies.
A city is a large and densely populated urban area.
Cottonwood Cove is a location in Fallout: New Vegas.
From Fallout: New Vegas, the crash site of a VB-02 Vertibird. The Vertibird is surrounded by hardened sentry bots and Mister Gutsies.
Deserts are typically depicted as hot arid places.
An industrial site consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing.
Freeside is a district of the city of New Vegas in Fallout: New Vegas. It was so named after the intersection of Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard.
Goodsprings is a small town in Nevada, and the starting location of the Courier in Fallout: New Vegas.
A burial ground that is a short walk north-east from the town of Goodsprings. Includes burial mounds that you can dig up with a shovel.
A location in Fallout: New Vegas, Gun Runners is run by a gang of the same name. They sell high powered weapons of many kinds, ammo, and weapon mods.
The Helios One energy plant is featured in Fallout: New Vegas and is a pre-war solar power station.
A bunker located in Hidden Valley that houses the Brotherhood of Steel in the Mojave Wasteland in Fallout: New Vegas.
A hangar that houses a small village in the Big Empty.
Home is where the heart is, and a good place to go back to when you want some rest. A home can also be a good place to save your game, change your clothes, and change your options.
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