I need more gaming blogs to follow!!

If you post about: 

  • Fallout 
  • Elder Scrolls
  • Dragon Age
  • The Witcher
  • Uncharted 
  • Pretty much any Telltale game…

Then please like/reblog and I’ll check out your blog! 

*Games in bold are ones I’m not seeing any of on my dash and really want to.*

A Tale From The West: The Death of Janice Perry

Janice Perry was an outspoken woman with a heart of gold. She grew up relatively normally for living in the wasteland with two loving parents and a stable childhood in Westside. She always wanted a taste of adventure throughout her childhood and dreamed of exploring the far reaches of the Mojave when she grew up. She spent most of her days helping around her parents’ farm and in her free time roaming around town looking for odd jobs to do to stay busy. When Janice turned 17 she got a job as a Courier, she was able to combine her love for wandering with a stable pay and was overjoyed.

Years went by with her happily delivering packages before she ended up meeting a drifter when she was 23 on the road, a woman around her age who was named Alice. The two traveled together making small talk and generally getting along well. Janice invited Alice to stay with her for a bit to help get her back on her feet with a stable job and Alice agreed. The idea of Alice staying for just a few weeks faded as three years later the two were in a happy romantic relationship and planning to be married. The two had a small ceremony and they adopted a local orphan named Shae. Janice took fewer courier jobs to be with her family and couldn’t have been happier.

When she was 28 she got a job that involved bringing a platinum chip to the Vegas Strip. Janice never made it to New Vegas however as she was attacked, shot twice in the head, and left for dead in the Goodsprings cemetery.

She woke up 2 weeks later in Goodsprings with no memory of who or where she was. Her left eye was completely destroyed from one shot and the other left a deep scar along her right temple. Physically she was recovering but mentally she had lost everything except her deep-rooted survival instincts. Stumbling back into the Mojave, without a name or a destination she did what she was always good at, she wandered. Without any idea of who she was, she named herself after a torn up Johnny Cash poster she found abandoned.

The woman now known as Cash couldn’t be more different than Janice. She was sarcastic and ruthless with a mean streak as big as the Hoover Dam. She hardly paid any mind to the people she met, considering only a select few friends and fewer still actually being of importance to her. She came into conflict with both the Legion and the New California Republic, both sickening her with their corruption and lust for power. She found a home on the Strip and fought for a free New Vegas as she believed that people should live as they wish and not under the thumb of a government with no real care for the people they rule over.

She was by no means a charitable woman but she does have a soft spot for children and would do anything for free if it meant the bettering of children’s lives. Other than that she would do almost anything if the price is right. Murder, theft, blackmailing, all was fair game for her as long as she got a quick cap out of it.

Cash fought tooth and nail for the destruction of the NCR and the Legion and earned the moniker of “The Smoking Gun of the Mojave” due to her almost legendary status around the people because that was all you ever see of her is a tipped hat and a smoking gun before she’s gone once again.

After the Second Battle of the Hoover Dam, she truly disappeared. Stories still circulated about the outlaw but in reality, she left for good. The only people who know where she is are Raul and the man she escaped with.

The Fallout Series

Fallout- “Help, we need water!”

Fallout 2- “Help we need plants!”

Fallout 3- “Have you seen my dad?”

Fallout: New Vegas- You’re the immortal mailman, you get shot in the face by Chandler from “Friends”, go kill him

Fallout 4- That video of the “Heavy Rain” glitch where the guy yells “SHAAAAAUUUNN” for 20 minutes straight

  • Courier Six: In Goodsprings I organized locals to protect an innocent man and fight off Powder Gangers, insuring that the town stays free from the escaped criminals. But do they call me Hero of the Downtrodden? No.
  • Courier Six: At Big MT I re-invigorated the stagnated science to bring technology to Mojave and insure there’s a potential in the future. With me at the helm, Science became a beacon for the future. There was Old World Blues, and New World Hope. But do they call me Keeper of Hope? No.
  • Courier Six: At Hoover Dam, I ended a decade-long conflict that was tearing Mojave apart, after careful preparations and navigation in volatile political crises between the Legion, NCR and Mr. House. I defined the future of Mojave for years to come. And do they call me Bringer of Peace? No!
  • Courier Six: But one time I fuck a robot...

y’know sometimes I really think about how Fallout New Vegas was an actual game that happened 

like, this was a game in a series that’s about a post-apocalyptic wasteland with a 50′s esque setting. The main character is usually from a vault or has a connection to a vault and has some goal that mostly involved saving someone, you tend to run around a shithole filled with mutated abominations and bloodthirsty raiders

and then you get this game that just 

like Fallout New Vegas was a game that included: 

  • mass murdering roman legionary cosplayers 
  • post apocalyptic cowboys and cowboy robots 
  • a dominatrix zombie 
  • a sexbot called ‘Fisto’ that you can test-fuck 
  • an entire clan of Elvis impersonators 
  • Chandler from Friends 
  • fucking giant killer wasps twice the size of a person
  • a bunch of Genghis Khan cosplayers 
  • old ladies that try to mug you with rolling pins
  • a casino that’s secretly a bunch of cannibals 

And the main character, well

Fallout 1: Your from a Vault and you have to find a water chip to save your vault.
Fallout 2: you’re from a tribe descended from a vault and you have to find a GECK to save you village.
Fallout 3: your from a vault and you have to find your dad and save the wasteland. 

Fallout New Vegas: You’re a fucking mailman from christ knows where and you have to find the asshole who shot you and then fuck up the mojave two ways from sunday. 

I dunno I just think this game was a wondrous masterpiece