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Some important trivia.

Thought id mention this- the Tomb of the Unknown soldier isn't present here. This seems to be worth mentioning in my opinion. Now all you dumb asses out there are going to argue that the monument doesn't have to be around because it's a different time. Well I'm going you that that's shit because the Lincoln Memorial Exists and that was built AFTER the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. So don't give me that "it hadn't happened yet crap" because it should have because the historical aspect of Fallout changed after 1930 (if i recall correctly). The Model-T was still the most-driven car in 1920's and those nuclear power cars in Fallout model the 1950's car i.e. the Plymouth and others so history hadn't changed enough to write off the tomb of the unknown solider which was a World War I deal and I'm pretty sure there was a World War I. That's a good argument so once a couple more people agree someone can put it on the page. If people are going to make a deal that Washington D.C. and its landmarks are not all in the right places then the tomb of the unknown soldier which is just as popular of a landmark needs to be put in.--FLaSHBaCK HaSH 23:30, April 7, 2010 (UTC)

Destroyed by the war? Crumbled away in the 300+ years it's been there? Torn down and scavenged for building materials? You're forgetting that nuclear war and two hundred years of neglect do not choose sides, nor do they care what it is they're destroying. They just destroy it. Random suburbian house or memorial to the thousands killed in WW1, it doesn't matter. TestECull 02:26, April 20, 2010 (UTC)

As if the game makes any pretense at being historically accurate to begin with? Have you paid any attention whatsoever to any of the info in the various museums? Fallout 3 is not set in the future - it's set in an alternate universe future. Deal with it. 20:48, November 6, 2010 (UTC)Meg

New map is god awful

"When entering from the Metro station, there is a dead regulator" Which station, south or north? I *think* I found a dead someone or other at the south one but I don't remember who or what he was (or even if he was a he). 09:05, November 16, 2011 (UTC)

This location is harder to find than most as it can only be reached via the northern flooded metro entrance by wilhelm's wharf or the cemetery gate by mama dolce's. It might be worth making that a bit clearer in the article. 04:56, 28 February 2014 (UTC)