One of the great things about Fallout is the ability to play through the game in a variety of ways. Fallout New Vegas, with its borderline overpowered Speech skill, makes it somewhat easy to beat the game without killing anyone. But… Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?
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Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything? (in text form)
Because weapon skills are irrelevant, the skill to focus on from the get-go is Speech. You might think that we’d be dumping every SPECIAL point available into Charisma, but Charisma isn’t important. It’s just Speech. And we’ll need Intelligence to get the most skill points available when leveling up. Strength, Perception, and Agility also aren’t all that important. We’ll also require high Endurance to ensure that we stand a chance out in the wasteland. The remaining points go into Luck.
Fresh out of Doc Mitchell’s house and our first stop is Goodspring’s General Store to sell what we stole from Doc Mitchell and to get as many healing items as possible. Now we begin the long march to New Vegas. The quickest way is also the most dangerous. The Cazadors were not unexpected, and with some panicked jumps against a rock, we get by without to much of an issue.
And… Deathclaws. This is where the first obstacle comes. There’s two of them because of course there are. I got lucky and was able to hide in the little hut atop Vault 19… until I sort of taunted one of the Deathclaws and it got it. I pussied out and just waited in Vault 19 for a while then ran like a madman to get the hell out of there.
And then, as I continued running, I passed by some Powder Gangers. The Deathclaw was still behind me, so I put their lives on the line by luring the Deathclaw into them. They handled it much better than I thought. But at least I got a sweet Deathclaw Egg out of it.
I continued making my way to the Strip. Some Fiends started turning me into swiss cheese. Good thing there were some NCR soldiers nearby that I could use as human shields. The fiends were killed, alongside a few NCR soldiers. I looted their corpses and continued on my way.
I sold what I could to the Gun Runners, made my way inside Freeside, and began looking for work. No matter what, I need caps to get into The Strip. The Atomic Wrangler and Silver Rush were my first stops. Then The Kings. After failing the Birds of a Feather quest for some reason, I re-loaded a save, sold what I had picked up on my travels, and got inside The Strip. The easiest way to do this is to quickly loot the body of the gambler who turns hostile when you’re guarding the Silver Rush and then looting the corpses at the destroyed caravan just outside of Freeside. Between the two locations, you can get a few weapons, two suits of Combat Armor and a C-4 Explosive which can be sold for quite a few caps.
Once inside the Strip, I had a chat with Mr House, convinced Swank to give me a key to Benny’s room, spoke to Yes Man, and finally confronted Benny. I couldn’t kill him, but I needed the chip. After making him think I took his side, he sent some goons to rough me up. I managed to lose them by sprinting towards the elevator while screaming like a schoolgirl.
Next step, Cottonwood Cove and The Fort. A few Gheckos and a boat ride later, I’m face to face with Caesar. I inform Benny that I plan to have him crucified and I get the Platinum Chip from Caesar to destroy whatever lies within the bunker beneath our feet. The robots inside were not at all happy to see me. Nevertheless, I installed the upgrades for Mr House and returned to the Strip to get Mr House out of the picture. I didn’t kill him, I just ensured that the Earth germs would get him. For some reason the securitrons didn’t attack me after I came back up from Mr House’s lair.
Anyway, Yes Man was successfully installed and I began the process of meeting the various factions that I couldn’t possibly give less of a fuck about. This is why you would want to go with Yes Man. You don’t have to do any quests, just introduce yourself to the Omertas, White Glove Society, Great Khans, Boomers, and Brotherhood of Steel, and you can be on your way. You do have to do a small quest for the Brotherhood, but if you’ve been dumping your skill points into Speech like I did, it won’t be an issue.
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