- Is the Yes Man ending canon?
- Which ending is the best in Fallout New Vegas?
- Can the Brotherhood of Steel join yes man?
- Which Fallout 4 ending is canon?
- Is New Vegas canon?
- Can I kill yes man?
- Does killing Mr House end the game?
- Is there a vault 1 in Fallout?
- Which Fallout New Vegas ending is canon?
- Which Fallout 3 ending is canon?
- Will yes man betray you?
- Can I help yes man and the NCR?
- Where did the NCR originate?
- Should I kill Benny FNV?
- Is Mr House a bad guy?
Is the Yes Man ending canon?
Yes Man is indeed Canon The Courier is constantly depicted as wearing a Vault 21 Jumpsuit.
Vault 21’s backstory mirrors that of an anarchist society, which likely means that the Yes Man ending (which is partially anarchy) is symbolized by this..
Which ending is the best in Fallout New Vegas?
House would be the best ending for Vegas itself, but the NCR is the best ending for the whole of the Mojave, despite its corruption and taxes. The Legion would rule with an iron fist, and collapse as soon as Caesar dies. In the Independent ending there wouldn’t be much stability in the Mojave at all.
Can the Brotherhood of Steel join yes man?
Although the Brotherhood of Steel will not side with the Courier and Yes Man, one has three solutions: Destroy Hidden Valley.
Which Fallout 4 ending is canon?
Minutemen endingMinutemen ending is probably the canon since the Railroad and BOS don’t have to die. there is a secret ending where all factions technically team up to fry the institute.
Is New Vegas canon?
Yes it’s canon, there is nothing to indicate it not being so. As for the endings, the most probable canon ending would be NCR, as that is what will advance the story-line in the west the most.
Can I kill yes man?
You can’t kill Yes Man. He is supposed to be a sort of fail safe, providing a way to finish the game even if you screwed up with all other factions. Besides, the Yes Man path is basically the Courier taking over.
Does killing Mr House end the game?
User Info: Strawberry_Jum. You don’t have to kill him (you can even work for him), but you can kill him to follow a different storyline, yes.
Is there a vault 1 in Fallout?
Vault 1 is one of the Vault series of fallout shelters developed by the Vault-Tec Corporation, located somewhere in the Great Midwest Commonwealth.
Which Fallout New Vegas ending is canon?
There is no established canon ending. And even so the ending states that “x faction” would hold onto the dam for decades, not forever. None of the endings render NCR and Legion extinct, so they’re probably stuck in a struggle long after the Courier does their job. No established canon ending.
Which Fallout 3 ending is canon?
The canon ending to Fallout 3 is the ending to Fallout 3 and the ending to Broken Steel is the ending to Broken Steel.
Will yes man betray you?
The only point of Yes Man is so it gives you a chance to take Mr. House’s position and rule over Vegas like he did (although the ending kinda seems like a hint to Terminator in that Yes Man is going to betray you later on if they have DLC’s to continue the story).
Can I help yes man and the NCR?
You can work for them at the same time, but you have to navigate certain portions towards the end very carefully, as to not anger the NCR. When it comes down to the very end though, you have to pick one over the other.
Where did the NCR originate?
NCR CorporationLatest variant of the logoIndustryInformation TechnologyFoundedDayton, Ohio (1884) incorporation 1900HeadquartersAtlanta, Georgia , United StatesKey peopleMike (Michael D.) Hayford (CEO) John H. Patterson (Founder)12 more rows
Should I kill Benny FNV?
You absolutely don’t have to kill him. If you don’t kill him he runs to Caesar who crucifies him, but even then you can free him and he’ll leave the Mojave completely.
Is Mr House a bad guy?
That said, while Mr House isn’t evil IMO, he’s not the best pick. If you look at his plans and goals, he basically intends to become the Enlightened Despot, the Philosopher King who rules wisely, but absolutely. This is a nice vision, but even the most enlightened despotism is still despotism.