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A mutation is any phenotypical or genotypical change in an organism. This change can be helpful, hindering or have no noticeable effect at all. Their causes can include a wide array of factors, including radiation, biological agents (like Forced Evolutionary Virus), and simply DNA replication errors. In the post-Great War world, mutations are the norm and one of the only constant things to expect in the wasteland.
Did you know...
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that the Courier has been to New Reno?

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that Daren Hightower was the head of the Water Merchants in 2161?

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that Vault 112 is kept clean and in working order by robobrains?

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that jet has nearly no effect on ghouls?

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that you needed a special BADTFL permit to own combat armor if you were a civilian?

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that Christine is likely to have been Veronica's partner?

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