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  • I'm kind of new to the game. I want to know how to level up faster, get more caps, and find the alien blaster

  • Do simple mission like megaton has plenty of easy missions for a first timer. Check with the locals. Find a decent weapon and go to stores and look for random junk then take trade caravans or moirah brown, she also gives quests. The alien blaster is found far away for a beginner and is a difficult trip. The Alien Blaster can be obtained next to the body of a dead alien lying a few feet away from his crashed spaceship. The Alien Crash Site is found due north of MDPL-13 Power Station and northwest of the Greener Pastures Disposal Site.

  • Thanks.

  • When you're looting, keep things that are low on weight but high in value.  Nuka-Colas are good because they only weigh 1 pound but are worth 12 caps.  Pilot lights are also good.  Increase your repair skill as much as you can and keep your weapons and armor in good condition.  Like Three Dog always says, "If your weapon's falling apart, the only *** it's gonna kill is you.  So, be smart and salvage those parts."

  • If you want to survive listen to these things:

    1.D.C. doesn't stand for what you think it stands for, it really stands for Dangerous City,

    unless you have to stay away. (Unless you abosoluty have to or want to)

    2. Far North=Deathclaws, they can spawn anywhere, but the farther you go north the closer you get to a place called old olney, where deathclaws rule and there are alot of strays

    3. Save the Fat Man for the behemoths, I know this sounds stupid but it's true, you can kill a behemoth in two shots with it.

    4. Find a buddy, any ally is a good ally, regardless of your karma you can find one somewhere

  • Try to find ever special weapon and pick up the bobbleheads early so you don't waste a lot of upgrade points.

  • -as with any game... SAVE OFTEN. more specifically, explore your immediate environment. Health, ammo, etc. is often nearby if you take a moment to check things out.

    - do Moirah Brown's quests to the letter. You get tons of EXP, fair amounts of equipment, and the Survival Guide is cool. The quests are generally not that hard either.

    - check out the Hematophage perk as well. Might help if you find yourself low on stimpacks.

    "It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish to live."

  • - Also, don't try to level up all your stats and skills at an equal rate. Get really good at a few things and return to the other ones later. Usually good to have a couple high combat and non-combat skills.

    "It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish to live."

  • Go and kill some rogues and get many ammo as you can  if you don't have stimpak drink pee or some water because you can easy get the rad off.  The most important things keep your health full and don't waste ammo and always repair with the low same weapons .  

  • Go to the Supermarket and collect cans and boxes of food until you almost can't carry anymore, fast travel to Megaton and sell it all, fast travel back, rinse and repeat. Or get Operation Anchorage and follow the Fallout wiki explanation of infinite ammo and carrying your sim items out of the simulator. I used my 800,000 machine gun rounds as cash through the whole game.

    If you bred HK-47, Shale, Chai Ka and Wrex, the gaming world would explode from sheer badassery.

  • Go to the Super Duper Mart and kill all the raiders in it, then go do some easy quests like Those! and Blood Ties. After doing those quests, I was at a decent enough level to go to DC. When leveling up, go for the stats you're good at (e.g. if you're a "Size Matters" dude, go for strength and endurance) and raise you're 3 tagged skills to the highest. Then you'll pretty much be a machine and all you'll really have to worry about is saving often. Happy Hunting!

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