Personally I'd love a Vault where the designers installed absolutely no light sources, with the intent to study the effects of absolute darkness on it's inhabitants. When you get there the Vault is filled with feral blind ghouls who rely on echolocation, so you can stand still and they won't be able to "see you". You'd need night vision goggles or your pip-boy light to navigate the hallways, and maybe you're reward for completing it is a suit of Vault-Tec security armor with a built-in night/thermal vision display.
Compared to past games, they all feel so boring and don't have the same atmosphere as previous vaults we've seen. I loved going into vaults in f3 and NV because I knew it was going to be creepy and have something sinister going down whereas in 4 I never had a desire to go to them as I felt they didn't offer much in terms of lore and whatnot. Even the soundtrack doesn't give off the same vibes it did with NV and 3.
Hoping that Fo5 will go back to its roots of vaults being creepy and eerie filled with vile experiments and enemies
EDIT: This is MY opinion guys, I'm not trying to start a "F4 bad, Old games good" debate, just my feelings on the vaults in the game
.Collect ammo .Collect Blood packs .Collect Screws
We can fully manage our settlers and give them missions to go on to get us supplies.
CNT Depositories moved 1.1 million oz out of the vault, followed by 0.9 million by bankster and deep state operative JP Morgan, and 0.6 million by Manfra, Tordella and Brooks. MTB is of particular interest because they took possession of all of Bank of Nova Scotia's 32.3 million oz of silver last week.
Since the start of #SilverSqueeze, 22.2 million oz has now been moved out of registered and 16.2 million oz out of the vault. Here's a summary table:
Graphically, the volumes through time are shown below. Registered and eligible are in red. The daily deliveries are shown in blue, and the cumulative deliveries since July 1, 2020 are in gold. Nothing special about July 1. Just a place to start the meter.
Note the following:
A couple of weeks back this reduction in inventory may have just been an aberration. However, it is now a trend. I’d surmise that it's not a headline story yet, but if the trend continues, it’ll become the big story. At 2+ million oz per day, that day may be here soon.
Why remove your silver from the COMEX vault? Probably because it is worth more elsewhere. That would be big news.
More to come! We'll be watching. If you think this is of value, upvote so your fellow apes can find this.
If you haven't been following along, here's some of the backstory:
Recent Manfra, Tordella & Brooks (MTB) actions:
The MTB folks just recently took possession of the entire 32 million oz lot of The Bank of Nova Scotia's COMEX silver (and also gold). Based on this juggling of silver storage, it would appear that they have other plans for the silver because they moved 4.5 million oz or 14% of it to eligible from registered.
To spell it out:
I remember that the entrance is irradiated because of the direct hit from a nuke but why is the area below so radioactive? I know the vault is in bad shape due to being ran by dollar store mutants but is there a terminal entry or dialogue that states there was a reactor meltdown or something? I just can’t remember the reason why we needed to have Fawkes grab the GECK. Thanks!
Imagine just having the leaders of the Hive army just collecting dust in our vaults as glorified trophies.
I have been having fun in Warframe for years. Even if the hoops sometimes looked ridiculus like farming out all Lich Weapons, I somehow found joy in it. Railjack for myself was a treat even with the Reactor situation at the start. Something new to learn, get into and min/max.
Deimos Vaults is the first content I am actively considering just using my 75% Coupon Plat and throwing money at the "Problem". Whenever I think of going down into the caves I have to vomit a little in my mouth from disgust.
I really love that smooth Parkour in Unity and then those side ejects in AC 2.
If they do this parkour with the combination of smoothness of Unity and Player Agency like AC 2, that will alone improve stealth gameplay and gameplay in general by miles.
I really loved navigating through the walls of the building while climbing it in AC 2. Parkour was really very engaging and interactive. But now just hold the button and even if you look away the character will climb, as the character can climb anything (first of all it's not even realistic and grounded).
Then in Unity the running "animation" (just the animations, it's difficult to control though sometimes) was so amazing and smooth that just running in the crowd (which reminds me of increasing crowd density in cities again) makes you feel great. When you climb the hands move so swiftly which makes it so cool to look at. But now, we have this have this slow animation of climbing without anything to do while the climbing animation plays, I mean we don't even have to navigate through the walls.
Just do this, along with adding parkour highways in and outside of enemy posts like AC 2 and Unity.
Valhalla did give the Parkour opportunities in enemy camps and cities for sure I will give it that, but that slow and heavy animation diminished the fun. But still the parkour opportunities weren't available at all places.
It is a known bug and I beleive the mods and admins are working on it. However in the interim I have found that someone sending you 1 moon will fix the issue.
Ive been doing it for people all week and it’s worked every time:
So if you are also experiencing this bug post below and I’ll send you a moon. Please just send it back so I can help others who need it.
And once you see that it works feel free to help others who are having the same issue.
(I sure hope this is enough characters in the text box to not be removed)
Edit: u/kingknee, u/dwin31, u/sh20 all sent me moons. I can only assume this is to help the cause so thank you, this is very generous. I’ll be sending them to No mooners since we get new guys here everyday
There had been a bank robbery in Habitsville—an actual, real life bank robbery in my hometown—and I couldn’t have been happier.
I’m sorry, maybe that was a little insensitive. Of course, I’m not pro-crime—but as a small-town newspaper reporter whose job is too often limited to new library branches and high school sports, this is the most interesting work week I could hope for.
Besides, I might be overselling it a bit, to call them bank robberies. Yes, they took place in a bank—The Bank of Habitsville, to be specific. Yes, all three incidents happened at the same building, only a few days apart. And yes, there was breaking and entering in the dead of night, by anonymous criminals that wiped security camera footage. But this isn’t quite Ocean’s Eleven.
The ‘robbers’ always broke into vault 713, and they never took any money.
Each break-in happened at midnight, and each triggered the bank’s alarm systems, both for the building itself, and for individual vault, so it was fairly easy to find where the strangers had been, even without any sort of security tape evidence.
After the first one, the money was counted frantically—the biggest heist we’d ever seen in Habitsville was kids swiping candy from the gas station—so no one was prepared for an actual set of prepared criminals to make off with the savings of private citizens.
But, like I said, none of the money was missing. Police thought it was the most curious thing, that someone would go to all of that trouble only to leave the vault exactly how they found it. Until, after the third break-in and the third re-counting, they realized the contents of the vault weren’t how they had always been.
There, inside the vault, was something new.
At first, it was difficult for me to get any information. It’s not odd for the police to be a bit hush-hush with members of the press, but something about this felt different—nobody seemed to know anything, and the low-level officers I approached weren’t stand-offish or secretive—they just seemed as clueless as I was, insisting ‘other’ officers were involved with the case, not them.
Then, the strangest thing happened. I was invited to the bank.
Now, there are two reasons the Habitsville Police Chief would call me, Samuel Singer, to the scene of a mysterious crime. One, is to take flattering pictures of cops working hard on the case for the newspaper, so the townspeople feel like something’s being done.
The second, is because they’ve read some of my *othe... keep reading on reddit ➡
Some are just by location or design going to be safer than others
If you are not aware, there is a feature on Reddit where members of a sub can earn points based on karma they earn from comments/posts etc these points can then be converted into gold that can be exclusively used in that sub. I think that this would be a good implementation to this sub because it would encourage more challenges with higher rewards. If a mod sees this, I would love to see their views on this or why this isn’t implemented yet.
Also random comment after the poll ends gets a wholesome award.
Edit: I realised my award expires before then so random comment after 24 hours of this post going live instead
Edit 2: u/bbbBagger won, I will give the award soon, I’m having issues awarding
Edit 3: The award has been given