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Twilight Sparkle:
The Brains
Twilight's power draws from knowledge. Medicine, chemistry, and technology are her forte, and she mixes and matches these skills to deadly effect. When in safe, peaceful zones, she wears a lab coat as casual attire, and may occasionally pop a mentat for that extra edge (Dr. Mobius seal of approval). When in battle, however, she dons a suit of X-01 power armor, her knowledge allowing her to expand her fusion core's lifespan to near negligibility, and her skills in crafting and dismantling allowing her better and ample capability in maintaining and upgrading it. Her medical knowledge lets her heal wounds and radiation with great efficiency, and her knowledge of chemistry lets her boost the effectiveness of chems over twice their normal power, and when pushed to her limit she summons extreme rage to slow time and pummel her enemies to nothing.

Pinkie Pie:
The Manic
An explosive in and of her own right, Pinkie is a ball of energy who loves to fight like she likes to live; loud and noisy. With a focus on heavy weapons (miniguns, missile launchers) and explosives, Pinkie Pie leaves a trail of destruction in her wake. If she has to get up close and personal, she enjoys the ever subtle Super Sledge (a rocket-powered hammer) and when she's feeling weak, she just eats whatever food she has without fear of radiation; after all, a stimpak doesn't taste good! (Believe her, she's tried one!) Pinkie may or may not frequently make use of power armor, but if she has it it's most likely painted Hot Pink.

Rainbow "Danger" Dash:
The Bruiser
Boisterous and eager to fight, Dash likes to run in guns blazing - especially if those guns are fully automatic. She likes to hit hard and hit fast, often throwing caution and ammo efficiency to the wind, though she isn't skill-less and will aim her shots. When it comes to armor, she likes to have a descent amount of protection, as well as some level of mobility. When forced into melee, she favors faster melee weapons like bats and tire irons over larger, more burdensome tools.

Applejack:
The Muscle
Similar to Rainbow Dash, Applejack gets into the thick of battle, but unlike Dash she's more focused on getting close enough to see the fear in her enemies' eyes. Shotguns and unarmed combat are where she shines, able to trade blows even with power armored enemies, with a strong arm to boost her power, and strong skin to withstand the punishment in turn. The only time she deems to use power armor is if it's a foe too big for her to handle without it (such as Death Claws or Super Mutant Behemoths).

Rarity:
The Infiltrator
Subterfuge, assassination, and manipulation are Rarity's Modus Operandi, and she excels at it dangerously. She can move as a shadow through entire gangs of raiders, cutting them down brutally and, preferably, quietly. She favors the use of suppressed guns to deal with her targets, unless she is confident enough that she can kill them just as quick (and just as unnoticed) with a knife. She also has much in the way of utility, able to hack any computer, pick any lock, and sway any mind to her way of thinking with her charisma.

Fluttershy:
The Stare
A mix of attention and the potential to be harmed makes Fluttershy shy away from direct conflict in favor of dealing with enemies at a range. Stealth is her main focus, getting through obstacles without anyone knowing she was ever there, and eliminating any unavoidable casualties too fast for them to react. She seldom stays in one spot, taking a shot then moving when she can to avoid being caught. With deadly precision and deadlier eyes, Fluttershy is ready to take on the world; as long as the world doesn't get too close.

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Bethesda! How you tease us!

In the most recent of their educational videos on the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system, the developer goes over the importance of Intelligence.

These have been a whole lot of fun to watch, but all they do is dangle the carrot in front of our eyes before Fallout 4's Nov. 10 release.

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Yeah... totally not one of those guys...

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Nov. 10 is soooo far away.

This super neat explainer shows off how the Pip Boy will detail character development and evolution. It looks like it will be quite a bit more complex and interactive than the system in Fallout 3.

It also looks like it's using quite a lot of resources from the free to play mobile game Fallout Shelter that Bethesda released in June.

Come on months, pass quickly already!



If you want to see more check out the educational videos that the developer has been dropping.

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Credit goes out to Westracer for the video. Meanwhile, still over here waiting for that power armor drop though...

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Redditor GatorMacheteJr loves Fallout more than you do.  Don't feel threatened, dude loves Fallout more than any of us.  This brave vault dweller collected a grand total of 2,240 bottle caps (around 11 lbs) over the last seven and a half years, and then had the stones to send those to Bethesda as payment for a Fallout 4 pre-order. 



His gamble (and very expensive shipping bill) paid off, because he's receiving a copy of the game.  According to an email he got from Bethesda, since he was the first person to try this method of payment, they'd honor it (read: don't get any ideas, rest of the internet!).  Well done, sir!


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E3.

E3 never changes.

Actually it does, because this year marks the first year ever that Bethesda will be having its own conference at E3, and this year is all about everything Fallout 4! Tune in for new features, gameplay highlights, and all the latest news coming out of Bethesda regarding the most highly-anticipated game release of the year.

Speaking of releases, Bethesda should also be announcing the game's actual release date. Fingers crossed for 2015.

Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle is coming in November.
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Well, Fallout fans, you're going to get a new option of how to play in the wasteland come launch day.

Microsoft announced on their newswire that a Fallout 4 bundle will come with the game's Nov. 10 release.

And today, we're thrilled to give fans the opportunity to "welcome home" the ultimate Fallout experience, with the Xbox One Fallout 4 Bundle, featuring a 1TB hard drive, the critically-acclaimed Fallout 4, and a full-game download of Fallout 3. Experience the next generation of open-world gaming from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 3 and Skyrim. Play and store more games than ever, including Fallout 3 and other Xbox 360 games, with the 1TB hard drive and Xbox One Backward Compatibility. And don't forget, Fallout 4 players will be able to play PC mods free, first on Xbox One.

The Xbox One Fallout 4 Bundle will be available in November for $399 USD. Check with your local retailer, including Microsoft stores, for details today.



Amazon is already taking preorders. So kiss them bucks goodbye.

And hurry up, Nov. 10!

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