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Talk:Lucky 38 penthouse

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Penthouse and Cocktail Lounge

The Penthouse and Cocktail Lounge are the same cell. Maybe we can incorporate this fact into the article somehow. Here is an image from GECK:

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--Saphireking65 09:22, November 7, 2010 (UTC)


Should I use this floor for housing instead of the presidential suite? It has a really good view of new vegas.--TheReaver74 05:10, December 27, 2010 (UTC)

I don't see why not, although you might want to ask someone with access to the GECK to see if the containers are safe first though. AR700SAW 20:20, January 2, 2011 (UTC)

What a cheapskate Mr. House is, giving you that small presidental suite, and not the penthouse, He doesn't even use it. And the companions can't even hang out in the coctail lounge.

The View

Anyone else annoyed that all you can see out the Penthouse windows are mountains waaaay off in the distance? The Captain (radio) 00:26, March 10, 2011 (UTC)

The Nuka-Cola Protectron

Perhaps some mention of the protectron with the Nuka-Cola paint job should be made. 19:58, April 20, 2011 (UTC)

Posible bug with grenades?

I find that I cant throw grenades more than a few feet ie. they fall to the ground in the location, can anyone else confirm this bug? The grenades are thrown normally in other locations.

i can confirm this. also, their explosion radius is much smaller.


The floor level the penthouse is 38 which makes perfekt sence given the casino name. If you do some maths with cell sizes and the size of the exterior it also does pretty much work. Cool isn't it? 16:26, November 5, 2011 (UTC)