WELCOME TO POST-APOCALYPTIC-ERA!
The rules have been slightly rehashed since coming under new management. Originally, this was a group strictly for Fallout fandom. However, since the Founders and Co-Founders have deserted it (the original Founder deactivated their account without naming a successor) it seems that the group has become a haven for all things post-apocalyptic. So we've decided to leave it as such, since there are already several other groups that are strictly Fallout.
So the rules are as follows:
>Become a Member and you are welcome to your submit work.
>Please submit your work to the proper folder.
>If your work has nothing to do with the apocalypse it will be removed.
>The Featured folder is no longer an option for submission. We will select qualitative works to represent the group as they strike us. If you have a suggestion, do let us know.
Any questions, please don't hesitate to send us a note!
Fallout Journal Entry 16: 9/22/2283Today is a special day for me. It is my birthday. I have no idea how old I should say I am. Physically I am 19 now, but if I take the massive time-lapse since I was frozen, I could say I'm 288 years old. I could go either way about my age. Anyway, a group of raiders came through with a huge white flag. I think the attacks are over, but I digress. They said that they have tried for years to put a foothold in the area, but every attack on other settlements have proven the same, so they apologized for attacking so much, and said that raiders won't be a problem anymore, in fact, they said that their might be a rare attack once every few months, but for the most part, the attacks will stop. Ever since then, their haven't been a single attack since the 20th of June. I still don't believe those raiders would do that, but stranger things have happened. I'll keep my guard up in case of a "rare attack" they mentioned. And as an added bonus, I found a mini nuke and a couple of chainsaws stashed oFallout Journal Entry 16: 9/22/2283 by Survivor1243
Fallout Journal Entry 15: 7/15/2283It has been a few months since my last enrty, and I have officially given up on finding an armored vault suit. However, I managed to find more duct tape and a leather belt, so at least there was a positive to my search. I also should mention that the daily attack have stopped since April, probably another sign that a large scale invasion on my home is coming, or I'm just being paranoid. While looking through some of the crates that I scavanged from another dead caravan, I managed to find a couple of new weapons, straight from the Mojave. I found a service rifle, I think it's called. I also found a really rare mod for it too. The mod gives the service rifle a select switch for different firing modes. I successfully added the mod to the weapon, but some of the wood cracked on the gun, so I had to dict tape it together. Now this rifle can switch from semi auto to full auto. In addition, I found a few spare parts for a truck I fixed up with the Nuka Cola converter, so now I have a workingFallout Journal Entry 15: 7/15/2283 by Survivor1243
Fallout Journal Entry 14: 3/16/2283It occured to me today that my Vault Suit isn't that well defendable. What I mean is that, it won't protect me much longer unless I add some armor to it. So my to do list for the next month is to find a new belt, find duct tape, and to find an armored Vault Suit, so that way, I can modify my sniper bag to withstand more wear and tear, and to have a little bit of defense. I'll start tomorrow morning to find some loose ends to hopefully armor my exsiting Vault suit.Fallout Journal Entry 14: 3/16/2283 by Survivor1243
Fallout Winter Wonderland Bio:Pre-War MassenaFallout Winter Wonderland Bio:Pre-War Massena by DeddoorenjiOni
Fallout Winter Wonderland Bio: Pre-War Massena
Massena was an American small town in St. Lawrence County, New York, United States from before the great war. The Ruins of Massena is located on the northern Canadian border of the county.It contained a village also named Massena. The town and its village are named after André Masséna, a general and Marshal of France during the Napoleonic Wars.The population was 12,883 The town of Massena before the war, but now contains roughly 700-800 ex-slaves now roaming the frozen streets in chaotic anarchy under a new name, Red M Den.
Before the bombs however,the American Town had a once wealthy form of lifestyle,both with people who lived in a happy quiet suburban life of neighborly love and white picket fences, to the rural and hardworking from those who lived on the outskirts of the highway that ran through the town.
The economy of early Massena was partly based on health spas, but through what was once the atomic-nuclear age of ma
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