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Constitution of the United States

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The Constitution of the United States is a miscellaneous item which was cut from the final version of the Fallout 3 add-on, Point Lookout. It is one of the items displayed at the Capitol Preservation Society in Rivet City.

Background

According to the error-ridden description in the Society's computer, the Constitution of the United States was drafted in 1786 and adopted a year later by the Constitutional Convention of Philly. This document defines the organization of the U.S. government and sets forth the rules and regulations, known as articles. In addition, there are modifications made the to the articles by ruling Presidents during their reigns known as amendments.[1]

Icon cut content.pngThe following is based on Fallout 3 cut content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

Characteristics

It appears in the Pip-Boy as a scroll, similar to the Declaration of Independence.

Location

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Notes

  • The society owned the only known copy of the document to exist which was retrieved from the ruins of the National Archives in 2256.[2]

References

  1. sic, original document shouldn't have any amendments - the first one entered in power in year 1791
  2. it seems it was error-ridden also or Article Five was lacking there