It’s been a while since I did my last Screen Share post. So I think I’ll post 3-in-1 today. The subject is Fallout 4, the latest game I’ve been playing. I’ll admit that my want to play has died down considerably, not from a lack of content, but I’ve got out of it pretty much all I wanted so far. The settlements would have been the thing to keep me engaged longer, but I’ve hit too many limits and I’m now waiting for some great mods to come out after the G.E.C.K. is released. May even attempt my own mod for once.
Going too deep is a risk adventurers take when exploring. Some days they find a hidden treasure, others Nightmare Fuel. Deep underground the Commonwealth lies an abandoned school room where only the dead and forgotten once knew of. I’ve no idea what went on during school hours, but eventually someone had the last laugh...
|The Mighty Have Fallen|
The Boston city skyline is a beautiful sight, especially during early morning when the mist from the harbor is gently strolling through the streets. As with many large cities of the wasteland, you can see just how the Mighty Have Fallen. Once a sprawling streets of the future, now a rusting pile of the long lost. Perhaps humanity got too big for its breeches, or perhaps we weren't ready for the power we had unlocked. A proverbial Pandora’s Box was holding the secrets of the atom, and we just had to open it.
|Ego Trip Down Memory Lane|
Ok, ok, I just wanted to show off my Starlight settlement. I really love how it came out, just wish I had more lighting options and had to deal with less generators. Necessity is the mother of invention, and I think my power tower to hold all my generators was a good idea and creates the look of a skyscraper behind the Joe sign.
Either way, I just like taking an Ego Trip Down Memory Lane with this image. My mightiest settlement and yet I still had a lot more I wanted to do. For instance, I wanted to spell my name along the outside of my house up there, and have spotlights aimed at the lions on the corners. Streetlights would have been nice too, along with a better laid out power grid. Oh, a person can dream, can’t they?