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Layout[edit | edit source]
The mines are a deserted attempt to exploit the riches of the area, and judging by the state of the mine, a rather recent one. The mines have two distinct components, a mine house for the miners and the mines themselves below the house. There are no traps or enemies in either.
Mine house[edit | edit source]
A two-level shack that served all the needs of the miners. There's a common area storage crates and a kitchen in the back on the ground floor, while the upper floor contains the miners' quarters and a small playing table.
Mine[edit | edit source]
The mine has two branches. The left-hand corridor leads down a winding path into a living space at the bottom of the mine, while the right-hand one leads down past locked storage areas with dynamite and mining equipment to a dead end at the bottom of the mine.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- Mine house
- Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap: On the table with two empty Sunset Sarsaparilla bottles in the common room.
- BB gun: In the kitchen, leaning against a locker.
- Three first aid boxes: In the kitchen on the shelves.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Coyote Mines appears in Fallout: New Vegas.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- Some of the items, such as the BBs or dynamite, are placed in a way that they can fall through level or scenery geometry when disturbed. This can make obtaining them impossible.