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Scareb

Sr Member
I went through the same thing with Fallout 3. I'd go about and load up until I was overburdened and then I needed to decide what to get rid of. Then I'd head back to megaton and store all my "loot" in a filing cabinet. I have an insane amount of crap in that filing cabinet.
 

Mr Walker

Active Member
I went through the same thing with Fallout 3. I'd go about and load up until I was overburdened and then I needed to decide what to get rid of. Then I'd head back to megaton and store all my "loot" in a filing cabinet. I have an insane amount of crap in that filing cabinet.
Coffee cups were my thing. Couldn't go past one. I'd drop plasma rifles if I had to to be able to pick up the coffee cup.

If memory serves me correctly there's over 1,000 in the vanilla game.

Find only. Never buy.
 

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Scareb

Sr Member
Coffee cups were my thing. Couldn't go past one. I'd drop plasma rifles if I had to to be able to pick up the coffee cup.

If memory serves me correctly there's over 1,000 in the vanilla game.

Find only. Never buy.
Haha that's awesome
 

Lear60man

Master Member
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And thats why I returned Fallout 2. I couldnt walk I had so much crap dragging me down.
 

Flecktarn92

Active Member
So true, thank god I can channel my hoarding (mostly) into games like these. That line about using dragon bone to make armor, that's me. My smithing is like 23 and I still collect stuff to make armor.
 

Jedi2016

Sr Member
So true, thank god I can channel my hoarding (mostly) into games like these. That line about using dragon bone to make armor, that's me. My smithing is like 23 and I still collect stuff to make armor.
I'm definitely guilty of that.. I've never once sold a single dragon bone or scales, all because I knew I could craft armor with it. Despite the fact that I probably have enough dragon bone to craft at least a couple dozen complete sets.
 

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Mr Walker

Active Member
Haha that's awesome
Raven Rock was the best location in the game for me.

I walked into that big dining room, saw all the coffee cups, and I almost wet myself with excitement. Seriously, a litle bit of pee might have come out, I was that excited.

I had to drop Tesla armour, plasma rifles, laser gatlings, just to collect those sweet, sweet mugs.

Nothing in Skyrim has done it for me though. I don't collect any random objects. I think it's because in Skyrim, everything respawns, so they're not "collectibles". :(
 

DarthRaggmopp

New Member
In skyrim I colected bones and sculls, And just dropped them on the floor in my home in Whiterun. Noone seemed to mind, not even the spouse. :p

oh...
That video was fun. Ill see it again.
 

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