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Discussion in 'Fallout: New Vegas Discussion' started by Lexx, Oct 23, 2010.
Veronica and I, we like brains.
Here's my new melee/unarmed build. Running the level 60 cap mod (for whatever I get out of it past level 30, if anything). I am currently at level 17, only 1 major quest completed so far (Black Mountain) with two dozen small quests either complete or in progress. I did however make sure to go down the roads stuffed with Cazadors at early level that people have been talking about. Tough at first but getting all that nice XP means that I leveled up very quickly.
If you have level cap 60, there is no need to specify in unarmed. You most likely can max out all skills. :>
I suppose that is possible. I wonder just how much XP there is to be had?
Truth be told, I am using the mod so that I can be sure of maxing out melee and unarmed without having to lose out on other skills (to get those perks that require both melee AND unarmed to be really high).
Currently running with Paladin Toaster. I like the Zap-Hit animations the gloves have.
Started a new game with my melee Scottish Highlander/Wastelander Ewan Lachlan of Mackintosh.
"Ah! Tis' a good day to die!"
On his way to Sloan:
"Loch Moigh! So a fight then!"
"Have at you filthy beast!"
And Quarry Junction...
"Come get some, ya bloody knobgoblin!"
(Battle cry used by the British 1st Airborne Division in Tunisia, WW2.)
"Now that's how you deal with 'em mate!"
It also seems that Ewan has been far more sucessfull than his predecessor Cain
"YOU AIN'T GOT NO PANCAKE MIX MATE!"
Looks like you come out of the wrong game.
Finished my game three times. Can't blame a guy when he wants to try out something different.
Jaysus' medieval swords are surprisingly useful in the Wasteland with 98% in melee skill.
(And running around as a crazy clan MacKintosh scotsman beats being a albino-looking girl in a skimpy whorish anime weaabooo outfit)
Avallach, that is pretty awesome.
Definitely more than enough for over 30 levels. With respawning random enemies probably enough for all 60. But, you're probably max everything out before you even hit 60 anyway.
Interesting fact, the kilt was invented by an Englishman in the 1700s who wanted to make a lot of money.
Amazingly he did.
Any chance of making him a companion. For some strange reason they left out Post Apocalyptic Scotsman from the NPC roster list. Can't imagine why.
Lysette - a handywoman computer geek.
Nice character - thumbs up for that.
So you might give me have a link to the armor for me, pretty please?
Latest one from me:
Hi, my name is [spoiler:9b950dfec4]Morte[/spoiler:9b950dfec4] Cook-Cook!
Why? He could be hailing from a Tribal Village with scottish identitiy or something similar? I mean, there are douchebags dressed as roman soldiers in NV...and where's romans there has to be celts to slaughter them!!
Haha, thanks for the comments people.
Hmm... well... unless you are willing to lend you scottish voice(or someone else), I guess a companion is a no-no.
Well, the original armor was made by tumbajamba, I just ported it to NV.
Ahh i think i found it now at least for F3 - thanks
I can do voice work and I was doing a Scottish accent last week during a D&D session, caber tossing and all that.
Admittedly it does sound a bit like Scrooge McDuck.
New one for test 'n stuff. :>
For the Republic!