Wasteland: Gone Missing

Wasteland: Gone Missing

Diamond City was one of the largest settlements in the new Commonwealth, built up around the ruins of an old baseball field. They boasted their own security force, water purification system, farming, and multiple bars, with more permanent residents than Goodneighbor...
Wasteland: Minutes by Minutes (Part 2)

Wasteland: Minutes by Minutes (Part 2)

Since waking up I’ve done a lot of things for money – raided abandoned settlements, defended farmers from ghouls, stolen from super mutants, looted pre-war facilities, and done the occasional odd job around the Commonwealth. I hadn’t to that point been a...
Wasteland: Minutes by Minutes (Part 1)

Wasteland: Minutes by Minutes (Part 1)

While walking to Diamond City, that beacon of civilization wherein which I hoped to make my fortune, I ran into a stern-looking band of Revolutionary War-era soldiers. At least, that’s what the tri-corner hats and long coats were meant to convey, I suppose. Most...
Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 3)

Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 3)

For the second time in as many minutes, I found myself thrown back down the stairs, breath knocked out of me. The world moved in swirls, both from head trauma and the disturbed dust kicked into the air. My ears rang and I felt blood oozing out of my nose. I could...
Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 2)

Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 2)

It looked like nobody had been inside the Witchcraft Museum’s basement in ages, but lit only by the soft green glow of my Pip-Boy, everything stood out with odd shadows, glowed with an otherworldly radiance. I nearly squeezed off a few rounds when I turned a...
Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 1)

Wasteland: Monsters in the Dark (Part 1)

The Commonwealth has always “entertained” a connection with witchcraft, for good or ill. Even ignoring the superstitious insanity of centuries past, a sizable chunk of American history happened here, and so there are battle sites, graveyards, and places of...