I actually really loved the dialog trees in that expansion, I thought his dialog and your answers were all really interesting. I managed to convince him to fight along with me at the end, which is apparently the hardest ending to get in that quest.
Deathclaws in New Vegas are evil incarnate. I mean, at least you had a fighting chance against Deathclaws in Fallout 3... Not in new vegas. I had to switch the difficulty to Very Easy because I was so frustrated from dying via Dealthclaws.
What, you guys don't use a laser rifle sniper style? Sure it takes some getting used to, yet it's totally worth it... perhaps with a few black powder charges, and land mines, and you know what you just hit 'em with all the explosives you can throw at them. -.- A.G.
Deathclaws didn't really bother me when I got my Energy Weapons up to 100. It was the Tunnelers that fucked me up. Plus, I got the perk that ,when you kill an enemy with an energy weapon, they explode. The Marked Men liked to get up close.
the sad thing is, this actually happened to my character. Literally, as soon as Ulysses stops talking I take 10 steps forward and a deathclaw blindsides me and kills me in one Hit ( I was at full health and wearing power armor!). I know how you feel Twilight, I really do.
Just because "Fallout" is in the title, doesn't mean that it's FO:E related. (It's dumb shit like that, that makes me lose my patience) Hell, I'm writing a Fallout/FiM Xover called "My Little Fallout: New York". It has literally nothing to do with FO:E, and "Fallout" is in the title. It's actually a Xover with my vision of what Fallout 4 should be like.
What, the 'Fallout in title doesn't always mean it's FO:E related' or my story idea? If it's the first one, it should have somewhere in the title or the description that it is related to Fallout: Equestria.
If it's the second one, take a note from the show and "don't judge a book by it's cover."
>Using the Old World Blues stealth suit and the pimp-boy >Just like me
That's what the hell I'm talking about.
I rather liked Ulysses and his musings though, even if they were long-winded at times. The sort of single-handed power he holds and his way of foiling the courier roped me in, and his moral discussions were somewhat fitting given the amount of content building up to the final dlc and the ultimate confrontation in the missile room, which was all kinds of awesome.
I did hate dealing with the Deathclaws on the high road, though. Persistent bastards. I swear some of them started spawning behind me.