Courier Facts!
  • The Courier is the player character and main protagonist in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The Courier was intercepted by Benny, who then shot them in the head and left them for dead, buried alive in a shallow grave in Goodsprings Cemetery.
  • The Courier was then dug out by Victor, a supposedly friendly Securitron under Mr. House's control sent to make sure the Chip was delivered.
  • The Courier was then nursed back to health by Doc Mitchell, the resident doctor of Goodsprings.
  • During a conversation with Bruce Isaac in Novac, the Courier can state that they have been to New Reno before.
  • It can be inferred during dialogue with Veronica Santangelo that the Courier does not know where they were born.
  • The Courier can tell Cass that they [the Courier] do not know what fish is. Or, on the contrary: an intelligent Courier may test her knowledge about fish, clearly aware of their nature although they are practically non-existent in California or the Mojave Wasteland and may only be found in Lake Mead or Zion Canyon.
  • Before setting off to New Canaan, the Courier can tell Jed Masterson that they have not been to Utah in some time, suggesting that they have been there before. This also explains how the Courier knows the Dead Horses and the Sorrows languages, which is itself implied by a Dead Horse scout who remarks upon being spoken with, "You know our tongue - smart owslander."
  • Dialogue choices throughout Honest Hearts heavily imply that the Courier has never heard of Christianity.
  • One of the epilogues of Old World Blues states that the Courier knows very little about communism or high schools, though this is an inference from the X-8 computer system.
  • According to Ulysses, the Courier has been to Circle Junction, New Reno, Vault City, Fort Abandon, and on brahmin drives at the Big Circle.
  • When the ED-E from the Divide plays the log from when a child found it, asking it where that occurred will have ED-E respond with Illinois. The Courier knows about Illinois, but doesn’t know about Chicago, responding with "What’s a Chicago?"
  • An intelligent Courier has at least passing knowledge of snipers and spotters, as Craig Boone can be recruited by simply noting that snipers are supposed to work in pairs.
  • A male Courier with the Lady Killer perk can ask if the Lonesome Drifter is 17, and then express relief after the Drifter says he is 28, implying the Courier impregnated (or believes he impregnated) a woman in Montana around 18 years ago.
  • It is stated in the endings for Old World Blues, that in the years following the Second Battle of Hoover Dam that the Courier returned to Big MT and watched over it, keeping a close eye over the sciences and goings on of the facility while gradually reintroducing sciences both forgotten and new back into the Wasteland as needed.
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Here are serigraphy I made at “le dernier cri” in marseille (Http://www.lederniercri.org/) for my internship for 3rd year Accademia of Fine Arts in Tournai (in Belgium). This is not exactly the color I wanted but like that it tear the eyes!

Voici les sérigraphies que j’ai réalisé au “dernier cri” a marseille ( http://www.lederniercri.org/ ) pour mon stage de 3eme année pour l’accadémie des beaux arts de Tournai (en belgique). C’est pas exactement les couleurs que je voulais mais comme ça, ça arrache les yeux!

Pour la hyene la phrase écrite en bas c’est une dédicace a “hot fuzz” tavu!

With the Wild Wasteland trait, the Y-17 master trauma harness will say "Hey, who turned out the lights?!" This is a reference to the Doctor Who episodes Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead when a group of microorganisms called the Vashta Nerada ate a character (Proper Dave) during one of the episodes. Said character had been wearing an environmental suit that shares a passing resemblance to a space suit, and his skull had been pressed to the visor on his helmet while the Vashta Nerada inside the suit made it walk around, similarly to the helmet-wearing trauma harnesses. The suit also had a thought based communication system that tended to retain echoes of the user’s consciousness known as "data ghosts" that deteriorated into repeating single sentences, "Hey, who turned out the lights" being the sentence repeated by the suit after Dave’s death.

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