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The Cathedral is a major location in Fallout. To the outside world, the cathedral is nothing more then an innocent set up for the Children of the Cathedral organization, which tries to bring love and peace to the wastes. Below it, however, lies a secret underground Vault (more specifically, the Los Angeles Vault), which serves as a home and base for the Master.

The Los Angeles Vault was a demonstration Vault built by Vault-Tec to advertise its series of fallout shelters. As such, it was not part of the Vault Experiment and was never assigned a number. When the Great War started, many people took shelter in this Vault, and eventually emerged in 2092, founding the Boneyard.

About Fallout
Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game is a post-apocalyptic computer role-playing game that was developed and published by Interplay in 1997 and is the first game in the Fallout series.

The game takes place in the year 2161 on the West Coast of what used to be the United States of America, particularly in California. It begins in Vault 13, the protagonist's home. Vault 13's water chip, a computer chip responsible for the water recycling and pumping machinery, has broken. Armed with a PIPBoy 2000 and meager equipment, the protagonist is sent out into the remains of California to find another water chip.

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