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Charles View Amphitheater

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Charles View Amphitheater
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The Charles View Amphitheater is a location in the Commonwealth.

Background

Built along the Charles River before the War, the amphitheater has held up surprisingly well over the past centuries. It is now the site of a more new cult called the Pillars of the Community.

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Layout

The main stage has been partitioned off behind walls, concealing living quarters of the cult. Behind the amphitheater is a small office which contains a back room for the leader of the Pillars.

Inhabitants

Notable loot

  • Mini nuke: Inside the theater bowl, under the table by the mattresses.

Behind the scenes

The Charles View amphitheater is modeled after the real life Hatch Memorial Shell in Boston adjacent to the Charles River.

Appearances

The Charles View Amphitheater appears only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.447: "[10.01] CHARLES VIEW AMPHITHEATER
    Pillars of the Community is ostensibly a missionary organization that hopes to restore the Commonwealth to prewar American values. Brother James is also a key player in the disappearance of Emogene Cabot from the well-to-do family of the same name. Visit here during the specified quest to uncover more about her. Need a Mini Nuke? Find one under one of the beds on the amphitheater stage."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)