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New Vegas sewers

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New Vegas sewers
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Site
Part ofNew Vegas
Segments
SectionsCentral sewers
East central sewers
North sewers
Sealed sewers
The Thorn
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People
FactionsFiends
Greasers
New California Republic Army
Other
QuestsCajoling a Cudgel
 
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The New Vegas sewers is a sewer system under New Vegas in 2281.

Layout

A labyrinth of sewer tunnels that stretch everywhere below New Vegas and hosting a giant rat infestation, roaming packs of feral ghouls and gangs of Fiends. A death trap for anyone who isn't prepared for its maze-like tunnels.

Sections

Inhabitants

Certain sections of the sewer system are inhabited by a large settlement of vagrants who have been defeated and forgotten by the city above. Living in the underbelly of New Vegas, many survive by hunting rats for food and gambling off the fights at The Thorn. Others are prospectors who make journeys into the unsafe parts of the sewers. Understandably, most of these people speak to the player in depressed tones and occasionally warn of the Fiends taking over parts of the sewer system.

Appearances

New Vegas sewers appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

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