Fallout 2 endings

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These are the available ending cutscenes in Fallout 2. The endings are influenced by the choices the player has made during the course of the game.

Canon endings are marked with a darker background color.

Arroyo[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Arroyo Ending.png After the Enclave's destruction, the refugees of Arroyo and Vault 13 resettled, building a new community with the aid of the Garden of Eden Creation Kit. Finding themselves hundreds of miles from their Vault, the members of Vault 13 chose to join the villagers in establishing a new community, and their technical expertise, combined with the villagers' survival skills, allowed the new settlement to grow and prosper. Two generations of the same bloodline were re-united, and their savior, the Chosen One, became Elder, presiding over the village in the years to come.
This is the default ending.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

Elder[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 FO02 NPC Village Elder.png Arroyo's elder lived for many years after the destruction of the Enclave. She was pleased that the ancient separation between Vault 13 and the Vault Dweller had been reconciled, and many were the times she told you that she wished the Vault Dweller were alive to have seen the reconciliation take place. The Elder passed away in her sleep, certain that the safety of your new village had been secured, and was now flourishing. Many of the older Arroyo residents believe that she now lives in the vault of the sky, telling the vault dwellers of your brave deeds.
Killing the Elder and leaving Arroyo ends the game. It is possible to void this ending entirely if the Elder is killed whilst on the Oil Rig. Losing the game only occurs should the Elder be killed in Arroyo.

Modoc[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Modoc Bad Ending.png Armed with flares and clubs, the people of Modoc invaded the Slags' underground city. The Slags were quickly defeated, and the Modoc residents slaughtered every man, woman, and child they found. Rumor of this vicious attack spread far and wide, and fear motivated Modoc's neighbors to attack and destroy the town.
Deliver the message, then offer to help and fail, or join the people of Modoc in an attack on the Slags.
2 Fo2 Modoc Bad Ending.png The extermination of the Slags only created new problems for Modoc. Unable to find the Slags' underground cistern to sustain the crops, Modoc was hit hard by the resultant drought. Over the next several years, the people of Modoc either moved away or died of starvation.
Kill the Slags yourself, or deliver the message and immediately refuse to do any more.
3 Fo2 Modoc Good Ending.png Relations between the Slags and the residents of Modoc flourished. Between the two peoples, Modoc prospered and became a major farming community, supplying all the outlying regions with food.
Make peace between Modoc and the Slags.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.[1]

4 Fo2 Modoc Bad Ending.png The drought lasts for another seven long years. Even though the residents of Modoc attempted to weather the drought, their dreams along with their crops withered to dust. Don't deliver the message and don't kill the Slags.

The Den[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Den Bad Ending.png Without any viable economy, the Den soon vanished into the wasteland.
Kill Metzger and Rebecca.
2 Fo2 Den Ending.png With Metzger gone, slavery disappeared from the area. Becky's Casino Bar grew quickly, and Rebecca Dyer's reputation as an honest casino and bar owner brought her the business needed to buy out her competition and expand. The Den flourished, and it soon gained a reputation for being a tough, but honest, community.
Kill Metzger but not Rebecca.
3 Fo2 Den Bad Ending.png Metzger's business in the slave trade soon faded with the removal of the Mordino family. The Den continued to attract criminals, and Metzger's business practices delved further into drugs and prostitution. The Den soon became a rallying point and a safe haven for raiders.
Don't kill Metzger, kill Big Jesus Mordino.
4 Fo2 Den Ending.png Metzger's slave trade in the Den expanded greatly, giving him influence and power throughout most of the area. Breeding pens were started, and eventually, no one was safe from the threat of being enslaved. Travelers avoided the Den, hearing of the evils committed within its walls.
Don't kill Metzger, don't kill Big Jesus Mordino.

Vault City[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 VC Bad Ending.png The slaughter of Vault City has become the stuff of legend. One day it was a thriving community, and the next, the bodies of its citizens lay strewn throughout the streets. It looked as if raiders had sacked the city, but no bodies of the attackers were ever found. Their vault was plundered of all its technology, and refugees from Gecko soon moved into the broken walls of the city.
Turn Vault City hostile.
2 Fo2 VC Bad Ending.png The slaughter of Vault City has become the stuff of legend. One day it was a thriving community, and the next, the bodies of its citizens lay strewn throughout the streets. It looked as if raiders had sacked the city, but no bodies of the attackers were ever found. Their vault was plundered of all its technology, and the inhabitants of Gecko soon moved into the broken walls of the city. In a few short months, they had rebuilt the city and restored much of the systems that had been damaged by the raiders.
Fix the power plant, turn Vault City hostile.
3 Fo2 VC Bad Ending.png Over the next few years, the background radiation from Gecko's power plant began to cause mutations in the Vault City population, forcing the citizens to relocate to NCR. NCR, however, recalling past animosity, relegated the Vault City refugees to the status of second class citizens.
Don't fix the power plant. Alternatively, blow it up.
4 Fo2 VC Good Ending.png The correspondence between NCR and Vault City continued, and a few years after the destruction of the Enclave, Roger Westin assumed the head of the NCR Council. He immediately set limits for NCR's expansion north, and, in a landmark settlement, passed an amendment that formally recognized Vault City's independence. Shortly after this settlement, Westin suffered a heart attack and retired from politics. He moved north to Vault City for medical treatment and eventually married Joanne Lynette in the following year.
Fix the power plant, kill the raiders, expose Bishop's plan, and deliver the two holodisks but do not collect the final reward from Randal (bug), and don't kill Westin or Lynette.

Fallout Bible 0 provides the narration slides for characters involved in this ending.

5 Fo2 VC Good Ending.png In the years to come, Vault City suffered greatly from raider attacks. Eventually, the situation grew so desperate the citizens were forced to request aid from NCR. Within a month, a large detachment of the NCR's military was stationed in Vault City. The military presence quickly became an occupation force, and Vault City became the first of NCR's border territories.
Fix the power plant, don't bring the Account Book or Bishop's holodisk to Lynette.

This is one of the two possible canon endings, according to information from Fallout: New Vegas.[2]

6 Fo2 VC Good Ending.png In the years following the destruction of the Enclave, Vault City continued to stagnate, choking on its own isolationism. Its Vault 8 generator, which was never intended to support such a large population, prevented Vault City's necessary expansion. Eventually, the city was absorbed by NCR, which had spread steadily northwards since its founding.
Fix the power plant, kill the raiders and bring the Account Book or Bishop's Holodisk to Lynette. (You get this one if you fail to get ending 2 for any reason, e.g. killing Westin or picking up the reward.)

This is one of the two possible canon endings, according to information from Fallout: New Vegas.[2]

New Reno[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Reno Bad Ending.png The inhabitants of New Reno were slaughtered, and the city collapsed into ruin. No lights shine there now, the streets home only to packs of wild dogs and vultures. The desert tribes avoid the giant graveyard, claiming the city is haunted by evil spirits. Some say the destruction of New Reno was a judgment from a higher power.
Kill all four of the family bosses.
2 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png In the years following the destruction of the Enclave, a new family arose in New Reno, following the example of a simple tribal that had once visited their city. They were few in number, but surprisingly resourceful. Driven by religious fervor, they took control of New Reno and put the other families to the spear. After their victory, they sent out many messengers across Northern California looking for their founder, without success. Many felt that the founder had been taken by the fortune spirits and now dwelled in a golden casino paradise in the sky.
Impregnate either Bishop woman and leave her alive, and tell Mrs. Bishop she should move on.
3 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Not long after the destruction of the Enclave, the Bishop Family of New Reno was blessed with a child. This child seemed to have little in common with the Bishops, preferring instead to spend his days exploring the wastes. When he turned thirteen, he seized control of the Bishop Family and led them to victory over the remaining New Reno families. He died quietly in his sleep at the age of seventy-three, never having known his real father.
Impregnate either Bishop woman and leave her alive, but do not tell Mrs Bishop to move on.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes the existence of Mr Bishop as canon.[3]

4 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png The Bishop Family of New Reno rose to prominence over the next few years, forming a strong political alliance with the New California Republic and Vault City. Many mysterious deaths and closed-door proceedings surrounded the formation of the alliance, but in the end, New Reno became part of the civilized world. The other families were soon absorbed, and New Reno became a prime tourist location for the new republic. In the decades after the alliance, several Bishops rose to political power and were instrumental in the passage of several amendments protecting gambling rights and prostitution.
Leave the Bishop family in control.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes New Reno's membership in the NCR as canon.[4]

5 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png The Salvatore Family of New Reno, having profited from their ties to Navarro, used their laser weaponry to burn the other families into submission. The resultant massacre was dubbed "Ash Friday" and is still celebrated in New Reno to this day.
Leave the Salvatore family in control.
6 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png The Mordino Family grew greatly in power as jet's influence spread across Northern California. Within a year, they had seized control of New Reno and expanded their empire, absorbing the Den and other surrounding areas. There was little violence in the conquest, as jet had weakened all resistance to Mordino rule.
Leave the Mordino family in control, and don't get ending 7.
7 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png With their jet production halted with the discovery of a cure, the Mordino Family quickly lost ground in New Reno and were absorbed by the other families. Most became enforcers or slaves, and the name Mordino was soon forgotten.
Leave the Mordino family in control, deliver jet to Dr. Troy but do not return for the jet Antidote (bug).

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.[5]

8 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Less than a month after the Enclave's destruction, a mob war broke out in New Reno streets. The Wrights, armed with an arsenal of weaponry that dated back to the pre-War years, leveled the casinos of the other families with rocket launchers. The mob war was clocked as lasting a little over forty-three minutes, and when the smoke cleared, half of New Reno had been demolished. To this day, it is commonly taught that the Wright Family were the founders of New Reno.
Leave the Wright family in control, and enter the SAD.
9 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Within months after the Enclave's destruction, war broke out in New Reno streets. The Wrights, believing the Mordinos responsible for the death of one of their family, attacked the Desperado Casino. The running gun battle that ensued lasted a little more than a day, and the Wrights were massacred to the last woman and child. Their mansion lies vacant now, and there are few New Reno inhabitants who remember who once lived there.
Leave the Wright family in control, don't enter the SAD, take but do not finish the murder quest and don't attack the Wrights.
10 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Within a year of the Enclave's destruction, the Wright Family turned from criminal activity to legitimate pursuits. Several schools and churches were established in New Reno, along with a law enforcement body that crippled the influence of the families. Though New Reno lost much of its edge, the city obtained a certain solidity that appealed to newcomers. Many came to Reno not to visit, but to live, and the population increased threefold. Today, the test scores of New Reno high school graduates are greater than many Californian schools before the War.
Leave the Wright family in control, but don't enter the SAD or become their Made Man, complete the murder quest.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes the continued presence of the Wrights in New Reno as canon.[5]

Richard Wright's murder[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Though the Wright Family never completely recovered from Richard's death, the knowledge that their killer had been brought to justice eased their troubled sleep.
Solve the murder quest correctly.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

2 Fo2 Reno Good Ending.png Though a murderer had been found and punished, the true identity of the man who had killed Mr. Wright's son was never discovered. The murder was never spoken of again and became a closed chapter in the Wright Family history.
Finger a suspect other than the Salvatores.

Myron[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Myron Ending.png Myron died less than a year after the defeat of the Enclave, stabbed by a jet addict while drinking in the Den. His discovery of jet was quickly forgotten, and now there is no one who remembers his name.
Hear Myron's name from Jules, Little Jesus, Renesco, Reed or Myron himself, and don't have him killed during the game.

The ending always occurs, as long as you meet the requirements.

Gecko[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Gecko Bad Ending.png The Gecko reactor meltdown had terrible consequences for the region. The resultant radioactivity and heat emanating from the reactor killed every living creature within a ten-kilometer radius and poisoned the area for years to come. Vault City's perceived threat from the peaceful ghouls of Gecko was at an end.
Blow up the power plant.
2 Fo2 Gecko Bad Ending.png Repairing Gecko's power plant prevented any further radioactivity from leaking into Vault City's groundwater. Though this eased tensions between the two communities, they still maintain an uneasy truce.
Fix the power plant but don't get the Reactor Holodisk from Festus.
3 Fo2 Gecko Good Ending.png Optimizing Gecko's reactor created a power surplus in Gecko. The Vault City Council, unable to expand because of their limited power supply, yielded to internal pressure and was forced to take over Gecko to control the reactor. The peaceful ghouls of Gecko became slaves and spent the rest of their lives serving Vault City.
Fix and optimize the power plant.
4 Fo2 Gecko Good Ending.png Optimizing Gecko's power plant became the first step in forging a spirit of cooperation between Gecko and Vault City. Gecko's increased power production became instrumental in helping Vault City's expansion. The harsh xenophobia of many of Vault City's leaders faded into obscurity while ghoul and human labored side-by-side to create a center of learning and tolerance where once had stood only enmity and distrust.
Fix and optimize the power plant, deliver Brain's/Gordon Gecko's economic data holodisk to McClure. (This ending is inaccessible in normal gameplay due to a bug.)
5 Fo2 Gecko Bad Ending.png Eventually, the citizens of Vault City tired of having their groundwater radiated by the ghouls' leaking atomic reactor in Gecko. In a wave of xenophobic fear and hatred, the well-armed soldiers of Vault City slaughtered the peaceful ghouls and shut down the reactor for good. Unable to harness any additional sources of power, Vault City eventually stagnated and died - itself a victim of its own hatred.
Don't fix the power plant.

Harold[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 FO02 NPC Harold N.png You still hear mention of Harold from time to time. Apparently, the tree growing from his head has gotten larger, and if rumors are to be believed, fruit is growing from it. The seeds are said to be remarkably tough, and several of them have taken root even in the most barren stretches of the wasteland.
Don't kill Harold.

Fallout 3 establishes this ending as canon

Redding[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Redding Ending 2.png After Doc Johnson helped treat the miners during the Great Jet Scare, the citizens of Vault City voted Doc Johnson into the mayor's seat. Under the Doctor's patient hand, Redding forged closer ties with Vault City until, some years later, Vault City annexed Redding, granting Vault City citizenship to only ten percent of Redding's population.
Deliver the jet antidote, leave and return to downtown Redding at least one day later, and don't kill Dr. Johnson (even after the cure is administered).
2 Fo2 Redding Ending 2.png Several years after the Chosen One sold the Excavator Chip to Dangerous Dan McGrew, Dan used the superior production of his Morningstar Mine to buy the Kokoweef mine and then to reopen the Great Wanamingo Mine. Dan then used his industrial clout to forge an alliance of convenience with the families of New Reno, trading gold in return for protection.
Sell the chip to McGrew, don't get ending 1.
3 Fo2 Redding Ending 1.png Several years after buying the Excavator Chip from the Chosen One, Marge LeBarge was able to purchase and control both the Morningstar and the newly opened Kokoweef mines. Marge was an easy choice for mayor, and using her new political power, she made Redding join the growing New California Republic in return for a seat in the NCR's Hall of Congress.
Sell the chip to LeBarge, don't get ending 1.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

4 Fo2 Redding Ending 1.png The gold-producing town of Redding soon found itself in the unenviable position of a scrap of meat being torn by three jealous vultures. Sooner than many would have expected, there was nothing left of the scrap that was once Redding, for Vault City, New Reno, and the New California Republic had laid waste to what was once an area of plenty. Nothing now exists but the desiccated husk of what once was Redding.
Don't sell the chip, don't get ending 1.

Broken Hills[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Broken Hills Ending.png The destruction of the mutants ensured the death of the town. Without their strength and ability to withstand the toxins within the mine, the valuable ore proved unattainable. Those who caused this destruction rejoiced at first, until they realized the foolishness of what they had done. They struggled to keep the community flourishing, but to no avail. The winds and the wastes scoured Broken Hills from the map.
Kill the mutants in the mine.
2 Fo2 Broken Hills Ending.png With the destruction of the conspiracy to destroy the mutants, Broken Hills began to thrive. Then, the uranium ran out. The city, having lost its sole reason for existing, slowly dispersed. The residents carried their riches with them, leaving the place a wind-swept desolate ghost town. A few hold-outs remained, attempting to eke out a pathetic existence, but eventually, they too disappeared.
Get Marcus to put the mutant-haters in jail and/or find the missing people for him.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

3 Fo2 Broken Hills Ending.png Shortly after your last departure, the powder keg of racial tension in Broken Hills exploded. Racist humans fought against mutants, ghouls, and humans who sided with the mutants. The few survivors of the battle destroyed the mine, ensuring no one else could profit by it, and disappeared into the wastes.
Do neither of the above.

Marcus[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Marcus.jpg Inspired by your example, Marcus eventually traveled across the great mountains to the east, searching for other refugees from the Master's army. You never heard from him again.
Don't have Marcus killed during the game.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

New California Republic[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 NCR Good Ending.png Your help with Vault 15 launched the New California Republic's push to civilize its neighbors. Though there were many more obstacles to overcome, the NCR now had a foothold into the northern wastes.
Complete the deal between the New California Republic and Vault 15.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.

2 Fo2 NCR Bad Ending.png The failure of diplomacy at Vault 15 slowed the New California Republic's growth into the north. Embarrassed by the failure, President Tandi was replaced by Roger Westin. When the new government finally returned to Vault 15, they found nothing but a ghost town.
Don't complete the deal, don't kill Westin.
3 Fo2 NCR Bad Ending.png Already weakened by the failure to annex Vault 15, President Tandi was forced to retire when her own Vice-President Carlson accused her of complicity in Councilman Westin's death. As President, Carlson wasted no time in securing his grip on power. Under his rule, expansion slowed, since he was more concerned about lining his own pockets than furthering the cause of civilization.
Don't complete the deal, kill Westin but not Carlson.
4 Fo2 NCR Bad Ending.png Shaken by the assassination of Vice-President Carlson, right-wing elements seize control of Congress and set the New California Republic on a path to military rule. Eventually, the survivors of the Enclave found a new home in the ranks of the NCR.
Don't complete the deal, kill Westin and Carlson.

Vault 15[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Vault 15 Good Ending.png With the support of the New California Republic, the Vault 15 squatters soon became self-sufficient and productive members of society.
Complete the deal with NCR.

Fallout: New Vegas establishes this ending as canon.[6]

2 Fo2 Vault 15 Bad Ending.png The squatters of Vault 15 continued their meaningless, non-productive lives. No one noticed when the desert wastes finally claimed The Squat.
Don't complete the deal with NCR.

Vault 13[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Votf.jpg
Note: Slide added by the Restoration Project
With your aid, the deathclaws of Vault 13 became a thriving community. When the vault could no longer hold their numbers, a peaceful campaign of expansion was launched to claim the surrounding lands.
Prevent the massacre by killing Dr. Schreber, fix the vault computer. (This ending is inaccessible in normal gameplay due to a bug)
2 Fo2 Vault 13 Ending.png By eliminating the deathclaws of Vault 13, you banished yet another species to the realms of extinction, proving, once again, that genocide is a viable solution to any problem.
Either kill Gruthar, or return to Vault 13 after the massacre.

Fallout Bible establishes this ending as canon.

San Francisco[edit | edit source]

Shi[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 San Francisco Shi Ending 1.png The Shi, demoralized and leaderless after your rampage through their town, slowly drifted apart. They blended into other towns, hoping to find a place free from the depredations of killers.
Turn the Shi hostile.
2 Fo2 San Francisco Shi Ending 2.png The strain of plant the scientists were growing mutated, gaining a measure of sentience. It killed the laboratory technicians and took over the laboratory in which it was first conceived. It took a massive concentration of resources to crush the being, and this left the Shi poverty-stricken. They disappeared into the wastes.
Kill Dr. Wong without turning the Shi hostile.
3 Fo2 San Francisco Shi Ending 3.png The Shi flourished, creating a botanical scourge on the radiation surrounding their beloved town. Though this vine could not grow in other soils, the Shi took care to nourish it in their lands. They continued to grow in strength and prominence, forming the basis of a new empire.
Don't turn the Shi hostile, don't kill Dr Wong.

Hubologists[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 FO2 Hubologists Ending.jpg
Note: Slide added by the Restoration Project
The scientists grew tired of waiting for the Star Father to come for them or provide the fuel they needed. Using a cheap derivative fuel, they launched an abortive effort to reach the stars themselves. Their shuttle exploded moments after take off.
Don't get fuel for the Hubologists.
2 FO2 Hubologists Ending.jpg
Note: Slide added by the Restoration Project
The scientists ensured a safe and speedy launch of the Quetzel. Unfortunately, they didn't account for having recycled air aboard their ship, and they perished in orbit.
Get fuel for the Hubologists, repair spacecraft.
3 FO2 Hubologists Ending.jpg
Note: Slide added by the Restoration Project
The scientists, unable to figure out how to create an airtight seal on their ship, went ahead and launched it anyway, believing that the Star Father would protect them once they left earth's atmosphere. They perished in orbit.
Get fuel for the Hubologists, but don't repair spacecraft.

Enclave[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 President Ending.png
Note: Slide added by the fan-made Restoration Project
The destruction of the Enclave erased all trace of President Richardson from history. Now the title of "President" is used simply as a bogeyman to frighten children.
This is the default ending.

Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas establish this ending as canon. However, the title of President is still used in the NCR.

Tanker vagrants[edit | edit source]

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Fo2 Tanker Ending.png As for the tanker vagrants… well, as vagrants do, they drifted on.
This is the default ending.

This ending can be assumed to be canon.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Emily Ortal's dialogue: "..."
  2. 2.0 2.1 As established in Fallout: New Vegas, the NCR has spread far to the north, as far as Arroyo, New Reno and Redding. This precludes the possibility of ending 2 being canon. Furthermore, Vault City is mentioned as being pacifist and in one of Cass' endings, she dies in a shack outside of its Vaults. This precludes endings 1, 5, and 6, with numbers 3 and 4 being the only possible ones.
    Rose of Sharon Cassidy: "Don't let them bury me in Vault City."
    (Rose of Sharon Cassidy's dialogue) Note: This line is spoken when Cass is down to a quarter heath.
    Fallout: New Vegas endings#Slide 13: Rose of Sharon Cassidy I Ending 2
  3. Bruce Isaac explicitly refers to this ending, including specifically noting Mr Bishop's proclivity towards the wastes.
    The Courier: "Why did you come all the way out here from New Reno?"
    Bruce Isaac: "You don't know Mr. Bishop. He's not like the other bosses up there. He knows the Wasteland like the back of his hand, and he likes to wander it. I knew if I didn't get way the hell away from New Reno, he'd run me down like a dog."
    (Bruce Isaac's dialogue)
  4. The Courier: "What did you do to end up here in the first place?"
    Carter: "I worked in a casino in New Reno, and one of the pit bosses decided he didn't like me. Framed me over some caps, and I ended up in here."
    (Carter's dialogue (Fallout: New Vegas)) Note: The only way for a New Reno man to end up in an NCR penal colony, is for New Reno to be an NCR territory.
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Courier: "What's your story?"
    Clayton Ettienne: "Well, I've lived in Nevada all my life. Started out in New Reno, but headed down here as soon as I got the chance. If you can believe it, things are even worse back home. The whole city's still run by crime families. Used to be the Mordinos and Wrights. Now it's the Wrights and Van Graffs. Seems like things never get better. Anyway, that's all behind me now."
    (Clayton Ettienne's dialogue)
  6. Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide Collector's Edition p.458: "Important Dates
    2248 President Tandi takes ill and dies at the age of 103. Her presidency has lasted 52 years. Vice-President Joanna Tibbett assumes office."
    (Behind the Bright Lights & Big City)