Fallout:Desert Rangers

Discussion in 'Future Fallout Game Discussion' started by overseeer106, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. overseeer106

    overseeer106 First time out of the vault

    Aug 11, 2011
    it may sound dumb but give it shot


    it's a few months before the great war you are a marine being shipped to the Yangtze Campaign or Shanghai,China.ounce you get there you have to see the arms dealer where you choose your loadout you then move in to Shanghai where you will get the mission breifing from Staff Sgt.R.B Vickers ten you will go into Shanghai elimating all chinese soilders.then a few years later the great war started and ended you will be at your house in Salt Lake City with your loadout and your suit of Desert Ranger armor after you met with rements of the U.S army you then have to deal with the tribals and create the Desert Rangers


    Mid Range:R91 Assualt Rifle,10mm pistol,combat knife

    Close Range:Combat Shotgun,8 Frags,combat knife

    Long Range:Sniper Rifle,Sawed off shotgun,3 frags

    Energy Weapons:Wattz 2000 laser rifle,combat knife


    Salt Lake City

    Great Salt Lake

    Zion Canyon

    Various Settlements


    Desert Rangers-rements of US Marines main Facton of the game

    White Legs-tribals that salvage to live

    Dead Horses-tribals that hunt to live and they never go in pre war buildings

    Sorrows-a peaceful tribe that hunt,cook to live do not have warriors

    the 80's-tribals and raiders that raid settlements and kidnap people

    so what do you think?
  2. Courier

    Courier Venerable Relic of the Wastes

    Apr 10, 2011
    It sounds like "Call of Duty: Fallout". :roll:
  3. Lexx

    Lexx Testament to the ghoul lifespan
    Moderator Modder

    Apr 24, 2005
    Heh, thought exactly the same. It's nothing for an rpg.
  4. Ryanbeolve

    Ryanbeolve First time out of the vault

    May 14, 2012
    Honestly a Fallout game about the Desert Rangers would be great, but you forgot a lot of things.
    A. The 80's operate on Highway 80 that runs through Sacramento and Reno, and they probably didn't spring up until after 2241 or else they would have been in Fallout 2. The same could probably be said about the White legs.
    B. You failed to include the Mormons, who built New Jerusalem in the ashes of Salt Lake City. If you're going to start immediately after the war, you have to mention that.
    C. I feel like mentioning that he is a Marine and having him fight in the Yangtze campaign is pointless. I would imagine he would have to be around 30 by the time of the Great War, and you can't just get up and walk around immediately after that, you need to stay in a shelter. The Vaults in Salt Lake City are owned by the Mormon church, and I'm not sure that making the player character linked to a particular denomination is such a good idea.
    D. Starting the game by stating that the player character is founding his own faction is just a bad idea. Making the player character limited to only one faction is page one of what NOT to do in a Fallout game. Bethesda would be smart not to repeat that =P

    I feel like it would be rude to add insult to injury, but really you can't write a sequel to the Fallout franchise just by picking out the things you liked about Honest Hearts. It was a great DLC, don't get me wrong, but the Desert Rangers goes farther than that with the Ranger Treaty bringing the NCR into the Mojave, all the way back to the first mentioning of the Desert Rangers in Fallout 1. You could even go further to Fallout's inspiration, Wasteland which was about Desert Rangers.
    It was a good idea, just badly executed. As I've been racking my brain for a good Fallout sequel, the first good idea that came to mind was about the Desert Rangers. If you put more thought into this, maybe Obsidian, or inXile, or Bethersda will hear you, and you're idea will make a difference. So, don't let this criticism, albeit pretty harsh, make you quit.
  5. Joelzania

    Joelzania Look, Ma! Two Heads!

    Oct 12, 2011
    Sometimes I wonder whether Bethesda just wanted to make a Call of Duty clone.
  6. Walpknut

    Walpknut This ghoul has seen it all

    Dec 30, 2010
    Why would the Sorrows and the the other Tribes already exist just after the war ended? Randall helped the kids that would become the Sorrows when he was already old. VERY old.
  7. Knight Captain Kerr

    Knight Captain Kerr Still Mildly Glowing

    Nov 27, 2011
    I like the idea of a Fallout prequel set not long after the war about the Desert Rangers. But not like this.
  8. Ryanbeolve

    Ryanbeolve First time out of the vault

    May 14, 2012
    Totally agree. Especially with all the hype about Wasteland 2, a game centered on the Desert Rangers would do well.