Fallout: Denver

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Fallout: Denver
Archibald Fitzwilliam Kingsland (Jason)
The Doctor (Adam)
Eugene (Ben)
Odibee Jones (Mark)
Roland Bell (Tim)
The Vault Dweller (Lisa)
The Game
Character Level: 1
March 20, 2278

War Never Changes

Start Location

Denver also known as Dog Town, Colorado


Locations of Note


Boulder was long a place where advanced scientific research took place. The University of Colorado, IBM, and Ball Aerospace were located here. Supported by money from Denver's industry and an active military presence, Boulder scientists made advances in medicine (bio-med gel was invented here), alternate energy sources, robotics, and even developed a power armor prototype. Unfortunately, leakage from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal (a nearby toxic waste dump/weapons storage location) caused a poisonous cloud that killed a lot of people in Denver. As an apology, the military-funded a program to create a self-sustaining research dome, capable of withstanding a nuclear attack. This "city of the future" was to be a prototype for settlements on the moon and other planets.


Golden is the home to a famous old brewery. Vault 33 is also located it here. A small town now flourishes here. They have seen an expansion since vault 33 opened up.

Castle Rock

It was the spiritual center and home to the Hangdog tribe before they were destroyed by Caesar's Legion. Castle Rock also is home to Vault 32.


Capital of the Ute Nation.


Watkins is a small settlement along the caravan trail that leads east from Denver. It is approximately 35 miles from the main settlement in Denver. It is made up of 2 fortified areas, one around the Country Manor Motel and another around Louie’s Tavern and Inn. It also has a trading post called O'Malley's. Many of the residents live outside the protection of those areas in constant fear of raiders and other more terrifying creatures. Despite the dangers the town has managed to thrive, buoyed by the constant stream of merchants and caravans moving along the road. It is also one of the few rest stops that doesn’t deal in prostitution, gambling and/or drugs. Not to say that you cannot find those things there, but it isn’t something that the town promotes or condones. Most of the buildings that were here before the bombs fail are gone or have collapsed. The homes that remain tend to be either common shacks with wood and corrugated steel panels that have been scavenged from other buildings over the years or they are homes that existed before the war that have been patched over the many years.


Vault 42

Vault 42 was built into the side of Castle Rock. It opened up almost 50 years after the war. Its experiment was that the Overseer and guards were made of maximum-security prisoners that were known to be psychotic and violent. The general population of the vault was made up of pacifists.

Vault 43

Vault 43 was a control vault. Its residents, guards and overseer were all made up of highly technical engineers. It initially opened up 25 years after the war but closed up again after being attacked by raiders. It would be another 163 years before they completely opened up again.

Tribes of the Ute Nation

  • Hangdogs (Destroyed by Caesar's Legion)
  • The Bisons
  • Pitus
  • Flat Iron clan
  • The Lovers
  • Weekenben (Also, known as The Dancers)

Known Factions


  • The Ute Nation
    • Your status: You are pretty sure they have no clue who you are.
  • Caesar's Legion
    • Your status: You are pretty sure they have no clue who you are.
  • Brotherhood of Steel
    • Your Status: You are pretty sure they have no clue who you are.
  • NCR
    • Your Status: You are pretty sure they have no clue who you are.


  • Wright family
    • Your Status: You believe you are viewed favorably.
  • Watkins Citizenry
    • Your Status: They are starting to hear about you but you are sure it is still neutral
  • Sheriff's
    • Your Status: You are pretty sure it is negative
  • Habersham's
    • Your Status: You believe it is neutral


  • There is a raider gang called the Donners and they are led by a Super Mutant named Jimmy.
  • There used to be a train that ran between Salt Lake and Denver and Denver and KS. It stopped running many years ago.
  • There are cars in Colorado but they are really rare. Maybe around 1 for every 200 people
  • There is an operating Red Rocket in Denver
  • It is dangerous to drive a car around right now because of Legion Scouts that would like nothing more than to get their hands on one for Caesar’s Legion.