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Crimson River Trail

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Crimson River Trail
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The Crimson River Trail is a location in Utah.

Backround[edit | edit source]

Caesar's Legion marched through the former state using this trail. The bitter drink recipe taken from the assimilated Twin Mothers allowed legionaries to survive the march, as the environment of the trail was unforgiving and cazadores feasted upon many throughout. However, the Legion was able to keep pace and complete the trail with the drink in their satchels.[1]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Crimson River Trail is mentioned only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Lonesome Road.

References

  1. The Courier: "Any recipes you can teach?"
    Ulysses: "Depends what history has to say about them. There's a lot the land can provide... if you know the road that led to it. Mojave's got ways of healing most ills - if not, some tribe's usually found a way you didn't expect. Like Healing Powders. Tribes back West only use Xander and Broc flower. There's a way the Twin Mothers in the East used to brew it, though. Called it Bitter Drink, mixed up the Xander and Broc in a bottle, added some kick to it so your head doesn't get all clouded."
    The Courier: "What's the history of it?"
    Ulysses: "History? Cures a wound, leaves the bitterness that caused it. The Twin Mothers were always about lessons. Caesar taught them the last one, though, so that's it for them. Recipe still exists, Legion uses it on forced marches with wounded soldiers. Wouldn't have made it through Crimson River Trail a few years back without it - losing so much blood early on, was a Cazador feast. Enough Xander root and Broc flower along the trail though, the Legion was able to keep pace and get where they were going."
    (Ulysses' dialogue)