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Talk:Fallout 3 loading screen hints

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I have compiled this list so to more easily complete the article. I haven't found any of them yet however.
Is it character or charicter? Contract Killer

  • "Once you have the Contract Killer perk, any Good human or Ghoul character you kill will have an ear on their corpse, which can be sold or traded to a certain Evil character..."

Is it Theif of Thief?
Theif

  • "With each rank of the Theif perk, you gain an immediate bonus of 5 points to both the Sneak and Lockpick skills."

Is it Knuckles or Knuckels?

  • "The Unarmed skill is used for fighting without a weapon, or with hand-to-hand weapons like Brass Knuckles or the Power Fist."

Is it strength or strengh?

  • "Strengh affects how much you can carry, and determines the effectiveness of all melee attacks."
    • Energy Weapons
  • The Energy Weapons skill determines your effectiveness with the Alien Blaster, Laser Pistol, Laser Rifle, Mesmatron, Plasma Rifle, and Plasma Pistol.

Is it Mesmetron or Mesmatron?

    • Megaton
  • At the center or Megaton's crater sits an undetonated atomic bomb, a remnant of the great conflict that destroyed the world.
  • Some of Megaton's first settlers were lured by the misguided hope of entering the nearby Vault 101.
  • Some Megaton residents wonder who's really in charge -- Sheriff Simms, or saloon owner Colin Moriarty...
  • The members of the Church of the Children of Atom worship Megaton's atomic bomb.
  • Word is that Moira Brown, the eccentric owner of Craterside Supply, is looking for assistance on a new project.
  • The Church of the Children of Atom believe the war of 2077 was actually a great holy event perpetuated by their god, Atom.
    • Rivet City
  • The fore section of Rivet City is split from the rest of the carrier, and occupied by hostile Mirelurks.
  • What was once a small scientific community gradually grew into Rivet City, the largest settlement in the Capital Wasteland.
  • Doctor Madison Li, member of Rivet City's ruling council, is one of the greatest scientific minds of her generation.
  • Rivet City has no holding facilities for criminals, and zero tolerance for crime.
  • Security Chief Harkness and his officers are authorized to use deadly force when dealing with any and all transgressors.
    • Tranquility Lane
  • {{iquote|Accept your perceived reality.
    • Underworld
  • Underworld has become a haven for disenfranchised Ghouls throughout the Capital Wasteland.
  • Underworld was formed in the remains of the Museum of History's special exhibit, which showcased different civilizations' views on the the afterlife.
  • The Ghouls of Underworld generally aren't bothered by D.C.'s Super Mutants, but resent the Brotherhood of Steel for turning their back yard into a warzone.
    • Vault 101
  • At age 10, every Vault 101 resident receives a Pip-Boy 3000 personal information processor.
    • Point Lookout
  • Coastal shipwrecks and bouys are good places to seek sunken riches.

--Ant2242 19:51, 11 January 2013 (UTC)

Perks need to be Checked...

I checked it again with the GECK but I think the Perks section should be gone over again. It keeps crashing on me.--Ant2242 (talk) 07:01, 15 July 2013 (UTC)