Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas As A Godless Pacifist?

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Unlike most games Fallout: New Vegas lets you kill pretty much anyone you want. And that’s great and all, but only an insane person would kill someone in a video game for no reason. That’s why I always do the right thing. Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas As A Godless Pacifist?

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Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas As A Godless Pacifist? (in text form)

First we must ask ourselves what a Godless Pacifist is. The best way to explain it is to say what this challenge was supposed to be: Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas Without Attacking Anything and Without Taking Any Damage. That might sound lame but give me 2 minutes and I’ll prove to you that God was nowhere to be found in this challenge.

After Doc Mitchell gave birth to me, I picked Maurice as my name as a high tier reference, did a re-enactment of God making my brother, not me you’ve seen how pretty Paulina and her children is. FOR SPECIAL, I went with what felt accurate. It’s been a long time since I’ve cheesed my way through New Vegas with Speech. This might be hard to believe, but I was actually younger than I am now the last time I did it. Strength, Endurance, Charisma are worthless. Speech can be raised with maxed out Intelligence and Luck, Agility is for sneaking, Perception for the compass and Lockpick, chose Lockpick, Speech, and Sneak as my skills, Skilled and Good Natured as my traits, and began the real game.

My first stop was Chet. When examining the contents of his pants for possible trades, I realized how little value caps will have in this playthrough. Try thinking for once and imagine in your head a white wall and a projector. Now imagine the projector turns on and it projects a video of me telling you how few items are worth buying. Chems, a Hasbro make your own chems kit, and armor for cosmic benefits or minor stat advantages are it. I initially wasn’t sure how I wanted to handle this, if I wanted to see how much of the main quest line I could complete or if I wanted to just beat the game as quickly as possible. I hit Jean’s Sky Diving and decided to turn around and inadvertently cause a bloodbath. The experience would be very satisfying for me.

But I noticed something on my map, a Vault just outside of Goodsprings that I’d never seen before. Vault 28. Down the manhole I went. With each step down the ladder I went, it felt like the hairs on my neck were trying to fly away. I pressed onward, one foot in front of the other just like Lord said. When I got down there, a combination of emotions hit me that cannot be described with words. I accidentally stumbled into the…