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Gibson house
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Site
Map MarkerNone (nearest: Minefield, local: )
Part ofMinefield
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Cell NameMinefieldInterior01 (interior)
MinefieldSC (exterior)
ref id000b5f08 (interior)
000016dd (exterior)
 
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The Gibson house is one of the buildings in Minefield - the others being: Benson house, Gillian house, and Zane house.

Layout[edit | edit source]

The door to the house can be opened with the Ridgefield gate key that is on Arkansas, the sniper located in the destroyed building, or with a Very Easy Lockpick skill. Gibson's key also unlocks this house and is found on Gibson's corpse in the Capitol Post building.

There is a dead raider in the living room and a model of home on a ruined table. It is a sculpture of a miniature suburban house, and it can be opened with Gibson's key or be lockpicked if the player has a Lockpick skill of 100. Unfortunately, even though it is strongly locked, it only contains a few minor items. A letter from Vault-Tec found within the house states that the family living in the home applied for a Vault but was declined. The letter also reveals that there are Vaults in both Oklahoma and "newly annexed Canada" with available space.

In the small bedroom, there is a Duck and Cover! poster on the wall where the window is located, and in the master bedroom you can find two skeletons on the bed huddled together there is also a safe located behind the bookcase.

Notable loot[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Gibson house appears only in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Both the name of the house and the model of home are a reference to the Konami game Snatcher. A character named Gibson has a locked miniature model of his house, in his house.