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The hotel in game doesnt appear to have 12 floors...

I don't know where they got it from, but it doesn't surprise me if the fluff doesn't match the depiction. After all, Vaults are supposed to have room for 1000 people, and we clearly see the representation in game doesn't. --DarkJeff 20:53, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

Perhaps it would be more accurate to say it had 12 floors before the war.-- 22:42, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

Deleted Junk

I deleted this junk from the page:

There is also a giant willy loot that can be very useful when going to the oasis to screw a tree which can be such a fun activity to a vault dweller. There is also the vault dwellers guide to being a hobo which is useful when sneaking around the city of tokyo in Fall Out 10

Leea 19:49, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

Statesman Hotel

How do I get out of the Statesman Hotel.... I have been wondering around for 2 days now and I cant find the exit. Arrrrgh ...Im Trapped like a rat!!!! HELPKlsisco 22:39, 11 January 2009 (UTC)

I AM STUCK TOO. Anybody find a way out?

what floor if its mid floor you have to go to the elevator that says Hotel Resturant. if at the resturant there should be a staircase you have to go up to get to the roof where you will finds the rangers(P.S. have a sensor module (fission battery) with you cause you need it to get on the express elevator down)

What happens if you don't want to complete the quest, is there still a way out (to get Theo's cache code etc.).

Good question. Seems like once you fall down the hole in the floor shortly after the mid-level entrance, there's no clear way to get back up there to the outside exit. Slinkygn 11:50, July 12, 2011 (UTC)

Bathroom Bug

I encounter a bug every time I go in - or even touch the door of - the bathroom in a room on the main floor. The door glitches and although it appears open, I become trapped in that room, pushed back by an invisible force in the doorway. --Big Chief Knockemboots 02:31, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

Theo's Body

Could someone please add info on WHERE Theo's body is, exactly?

It's on a stairwell, like you were told. Can you please subcategorize questions not directly related to another and sign when you edit? --Big Chief Knockemboots 04:35, 22 May 2009 (UTC)

just keep an eye on the ground when in the stairwells, and you'll eventually see a human body. thats theo. look right next to the body and theres the ammo box.

Has anyone else noticed that Theo's arms appear to be attached to his body, just without arms, in a Rayman-esque way? -- 18:25, October 18, 2010 (UTC)

The "Real" Statesman Hotel

Could the Statesman Hotel be refering to the Statesman Motel in Alexandria VA (pretty close to DC)?

If so does it deserve to be placed in Trivia?

Link Here

FEV in Delta IX Rocket?

I removed the sentence "However, this may also be one of the reasons that Super Mutants populate this area, as they may hope to find more of the FEV inside the destroyed rocket." from the section marked notes in the article. This sentence has no factual basis and makes no sense, as the only known sources of FEV are the vats in Vault 87 and Mariposa Military Base.

IMO, the super mutants(with the exceptions of Fawkes and Uncle Leo) are too stupid to know that. However, I will agree that it doesn't go in the article as it is speculation(although hilarious and, due to the mindset of supermutants, possibly correct). JerichoRCDF 19:14, December 8, 2009 (UTC)

Trivia needing verification/corroboration

The above moved from article page. I removed it from the article once before, but it has been re-added, so I move it here for some discussion.


I've looked at the picture of the linked-to hotel, and I do not see a clear and definite visual correlation. Is there some other reasoning behind the statement that the in-game building is based off the Willard? Please fill me in.--Gothemasticator 09:52, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
I see it and it's a pretty striking resemblance. Now, check if the location's similiar, too. http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/fallout/images/thumb/4/4a/Naglowaa_se.gif/11px-Naglowaa_se.gif Tagaziel (call!) 11:54, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
The location is somewhat similar, although the Willard is closer to the river than the Statesman as far as I can tell (map). I think the name "Statesman" fits very well with this theory, considering the Willard has a history of housing high-ranking diplomats and US presidents. -- Porter21 (talk) 12:10, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
Adding it back in. Thanks, guys, for the input.--Gothemasticator 20:16, December 18, 2009 (UTC)

computer hacking

is it possible to access the ranger compound without Reilly telling you? (i mean is it possible to hack the computer as if it were a normal terminal)

Yes. Hazza B 19:42, June 27, 2010 (UTC)