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This is a really nice place in real life, can't wait to play here in fallout. \m/ You are now blinking manually 00:13, May 6, 2011 (UTC)
Graham's motives?[edit source]
Why does it say that he wants to restore peace to the land? He was with Caesar's Legion, so I don't think that he would be looking for peace. I not want the information removed unless it is false, but I just want to discuse it with you. Nikolai987 01:29, May 13, 2011 (UTC)Nikolai987
- He says he prays for the safety of all those who visit Zion because of the violence, and he feels it's his job to keep peace, "the right hand of the lord, and the instrument of his vengeance" would mean that he wants to get rid of the sinning tribe(s), by removing them I'd assume. --Geerardr 01:58, May 13, 2011 (UTC)
That makes sense. Thank you for explaining it to me. Nikolai987 03:11, May 13, 2011 (UTC)Nikolai987
- No problem, man. --Geerardr 11:04, May 13, 2011 (UTC)
Can anyone add a pip-boy map?
Is there a map of Zion anywhere yet?220.127.116.11 11:04, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Whats the point really in returning here?[edit source]
The only things you can do here after beating the quest line is just grab some herbs and look for a few weapons, and by few I mean literally 2. There are no quests after the completion of the addon, which is BS to begin with, I mean why did you have to do the quest to save the Lil' Lost Bighorner before the final confrontation? You can still find it, the only difference is that now the quest has been deleted. I Fallout 3 dlc(s) such as "The Pitt", "Mothership Zeta", and "Point Lookout" you could atleast go back to those zones and buy stuff from merchants there, or weekly receive items from the npcs there. In this one, you only get to look around, the only merchant in the entire dlc was Joshua Graham and since he disappears you can't do shit there.--Forerunner93 19:25, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
- And this is because A GIANT MESSAGE appears in your screen before you make the final decision, warning that "this is it, no going back!", if you want to finish some quests you have to do it before telling Daniel what to do. Really, did you even know how to speel or what a book is? And you've got to be kidding about the amount of loot the DLC has, really! Brfritos 05:36, May 20, 2011 (UTC)
For you it may seem pointless but my tribal char for instance never uses stims or RadAway so cave fungus, more healing powder, healing poultice and all the Datura based medicine is very useful. Also depending on what way you finished the DLC there will be some enemy's to fight and level off of but i get your point. Herax 09:45, May 31, 2011 (UTC)
Honestly, you want to know the only reason I go back to zion? The sacred Daturana Root give me a whole new way to get my character high. lol.Boomgoesthefatman 16:14, July 19, 2011 (UTC)
Any survivalist bags and other loot will still be there, but for us, the most important items are Sacred datura root, Green Gecko hides, used to make Gecko backed armor, Spore plant pods and Spore carrier sap, which are unavailable anywhere else.DarthOrc 16:23, July 19, 2011 (UTC)DarthOrc
is it in utah?[edit source]
well is it
- Zion Canyon National Park is in Utah. (The license plates on the Ranger pickup trucks just might be a clue!)DarthOrc 16:26, July 19, 2011 (UTC)DarthOrc
Unusual layout[edit source]
The page treats Zion Canyon as a separate location, which it sort of is, but shouldn't it be treated a region, much like Core Region, Capital Wasteland and Mojave Wasteland? It just looks... strange. There's already a page for the Honest Hearts locations, and the inhabitants section should be written in essay format, not a bulleted list. Am I right? Kastera (talk) 23:53, July 9, 2011 (UTC)
Traveling bug?[edit source]
I don't know if this is a bug or not but when I go to Zion, it takes about 1-2 weeks but when I go back to the Mojave, it takes about 2-3 years.
Actual location?[edit source]
I've always wondered if this location was based on an actual area inside Zion National Park. I've only visited the park a few times, so I wouldn't recognize it.
Does anyone know if this is based (even loosely) on an actual location inside Zion National Park?
--Magbastard 23:19, September 11, 2011 (UTC)