You ever find it funny that even though the NCR canonically have working railroads, and New Vegas is a high-profile area, there’s no working trains, freight or otherwise?
I did. And because I’m the best, I’ve decided to add some actual trains to New Vegas. But then I decided to go the extra mile. Welcome to New Vegas Railroads. A worldspace/immersion mod that aims to get the Mojave moving a little bit, by expanding upon the NCR’s often mentioned but little seen railroading endeavors. With this, the player may travel to the town of Bullhead, the major NCR railroad hub in the Mojave, and help them get New Vegas’ railroads back up and running. But even if they choose to ignore that, Bullhead Railyard is full of things to do, with tons of unique weapons, equipment, and secrets scattered about.
FEATURES -A new worldspace, Bullhead Depot, the major rail hub for all westbound freight in the NCR, connected to the Mojave via tunnel. With a massive amount of little features, secret areas, and more! -Bullhead features working signal lights, trains configurations changing as the day goes on (but only if you get the trains running), working lifts, and much, much more. -New equipment, all train themed of course! From railway rifles, crossing-gate melee weapons, and a locomotive-themed powerfist, plus much, MUCH more. -After the player saves Sloan from the deathclaws, and deals with the Powder Gangers, they can head to Colonel Hammer, the overseer at Bullhead, and inform him the tracks are clear. -Once they do this, trains will start traveling along the Bullhead-Sloan-Boulder City rail line, with set schedules! -The ability to catch a train out of Bullhead, and ride it across the wasteland to Sloan, Boulder, or the Follower’s trainyard! -A multitude of trains, most of them are standard Barstow diesels, but we have a special massive steam locomotive, the Twohead Flyer, ready for action. -Ability to watch the Twohead Flyer depart Bullhead and arrive in Boulder. It even crushes NPCs on the way! -Four fully voiced, unique NPCs.
“I boxed a little when I was a teenager in Belgium, but I was pretty bad. I got punched a lot. For Rust and Bone, I hit the boxing gym for five months on a daily basis. I just wanted to be believable. Yes, I did break my nose but that’s from something else. A friend kicked me in the face when we were teenagers. Twenty years later, I’m making a documentary about him which proves that friendship can last forever.”
Imagine you are a highly respected and one of the most dangerous Warriors in the nine realms because you were an ex assassin but Thor spared you because he saw the good in you and how poorly you were treated as a child. You have an iffy relationship with Loki, only respecting him because he is Thor’s brother. Loki doesn’t like nor dislike you, to him you’re nothing more then another one of Thor’s dimwitted bullheaded friends. One day while taking a stroll through Asgard with Thor and Loki you accidentally trip on your long baby blue cape and fall flat on your face. Loki absolutely loses it and falls to the floor laughing and can hardly breathe. At first you want to kill Loki right then and there regardless if he’s Thor’s brother or not, but as soon as you hear Loki’s laugher you think it’s the best thing you ever heard of. You get up and brush yourself off and see Loki still laughing on the floor with tears of mirth falling down his face. And thats how you and Loki fall in love
“The crested bullhead sharks feed primarily on sea urchins, but also in crustaceans, molluscs and small fishes. This shark will wedge its way between rocks in search of sea urchins, and their teeth are often stained purple as a result of their urchin-eating habits.” -
The Port Jackson Shark (Heterodontus portusjacksoni) is a nocturnal, oviparous type of bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae, found in the coastal region of southern Australia, including the waters off Port Jackson. Adults can grow up to 5.5 ft long and weigh up to 60 lbs. This species is found in depths from 100 to 275 m. The preferred habitat is rocky, sandy or muddy substrates on or near the ocean bottom, and also areas where sea-grass grows. During the day, it often rests in the protected shelter of caves and crevices of rocky areas.