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The Courier's Mile is the result of a nuclear warhead detonating in the ruins of Hopeville. When the Courier journeyed to the Divide at the request of Ulysses, he unwittingly launched the warhead to gain access to the Ashton silo control station. The resulting mile wide crater was dubbed The Courier's Mile by Ulysses. Being at ground zero of a nuclear detonation, the crater is bathed in a sickly green glow and is highly irradiated throughout. The marked men and deathclaws that inhabited the area became irradiated and much more dangerous because of it. The crater holds a number of treasures including toptier weapons, weapon modifications and hundreds of rounds of high grade ammunition. The Courier can only survive this challenge should he be experienced enough to face everything the Divide has to throw at him and then some.
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that psychoactive drugs were released into the Vault 106 air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed?

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that Frank Horrigan was based off Clint Eastwood's character in In the Line of Fire?

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that you needed to sign a special liability waiver to watch the T-51b power armor presentation at the Museum of Technology?

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that Metzger was originally named Caesar?

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that Fallout is a spiritual successor to Interplay's 1988 game Wasteland?

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that the vault doors on the West Coast were the Seal-n-safe #343 model?

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Did you know...
...

that psychoactive drugs were released into the Vault 106 air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed?

...

that Frank Horrigan was based off Clint Eastwood's character in In the Line of Fire?

...

that you needed to sign a special liability waiver to watch the T-51b power armor presentation at the Museum of Technology?

...

that Metzger was originally named Caesar?

...

that Fallout is a spiritual successor to Interplay's 1988 game Wasteland?

...

that the vault doors on the West Coast were the Seal-n-safe #343 model?

Helping out
All pages can be edited and you are welcome to join us and contribute to this wiki. Everyone is free to create a new page or edit an existing one. If you have any questions about the wiki or helping out, you can ask one of The Vault's administrators.
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  • If you want to help but you are not sure where to start, try improving the various stub articles by expanding them. Another helpful activity would be to check the list of wanted pages for frequently linked-to articles that do not exist yet.
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