Las Vegas

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Las Vegas
WL1 Las Vegas.png
map markerLas Vegas
  • Brygo's Hideout (The eastern brown building at Sahara Ave)
  • Fat Freddy's (The brown building at Las Vegas Blvd east of the golf curse)
  • Insect hole (The blue building at the west end of Desert Inn Road)
  • Jail (The blue building in the north-east corner)
  • Kesa's place (The brown building at corner Maryland Parkway and Tropicana Ave)
  • Mushroom Temple (The large building with the Mushroom on the roof)
  • Sniper Hideout (The blue building at Sahara Ave right south-east of Brygo's Hideout)
  • Spade's Casino (The blue building at corner Desert Inn Road and Las Vegas Blvd)
  • Vegas Hospital (The western building at Charleston Blvd)
  • Library (In the south-east corner)
factionsServants of the Mushroom Cloud
leadersFaran Brygo
Fat Freddy
Charmaine (Servants)
doctorsVegas Hospital
WL Vegas Map.png

Las Vegas is a major location in Wasteland.


[edit] Background

Vegas is the city of Las Vegas. No one is quite sure how the Soviet missiles managed to miss the city, but most folks figure it was because the “house” was betting against a missile landing – and no one wins against the house. There was an international rumor about some Russian general’s markers being torn up after the attack, but that has yet to be confirmed.

Undaunted by its brush with perdition, Vegas is still open for business and does very well for itself. The city is large enough to avoid conquest, and many elements of the desert rabble have even found gainful employment as enforcers or casino employees. Despite the relative success of the city, however, there are dark rumors about horrors descending from the north to taking up residence in the city sewers. All may not be extremely well in the jewel of the Desert.[1]

[edit] Overview

Las Vegas is large city that the player will explore approximately mid-game (after Needles) as it requires rifle-level firepower. It is filled with abandoned buildings (very few of which contain stashes of loot) and nasty robots, including the infamous Scorpitron. It is in Las Vegas that the player finally encounters Faran Brygo, a plot element obviously derived from author Brian Fargo's name.

In the golf course is a stash of RPG-7s that can be retrieved by using a Shovel. This stash also contains a Sonic Key.

[edit] Locations

[edit] Vegas Library

Building on the southeast corner of the map. Teaches the following skills:

[edit] Random encounters

Name Type Exp. Pts. Maxcon AC Skill Damage Weapon type Range Group
Pic-2-39.png Slicerdicer Robot 150 7-37 4 3 3d6+5 Melee Melee 1-10
Pic-2-40.png Thug Humanoid 45 3-18 2 15 3d6 Semi-auto Short 1-4
Pic-2-40.png Scavenger Humanoid 16 2-10 1 8 1d6+5 Semi-auto Short 1-4
Pic-2-39.png Chopter Robot 20 2-12 1 2 2d6+5 Melee Melee 1-8
Pic-2-41.png Sniperdroid Robot 60 5-25 2 15 3d6+2 Semi-auto Short 1-8
Pic-2-41.png Warroid Mark 1 Robot 200 12-62 3 15 5d6 Semi-auto Med 1-8
Pic-2-41.png Warroid Mark 2 Robot 450 18-93 5 18 7d6 Semi-auto Med 1-4

[edit] Fixed encounters

Name Type Exp. Pts. Maxcon AC Skill Damage Weapon type Range Group
Pic-2-41.png Warroid Mark 3 Robot 960 30-150 7 25 8d6 Semi-auto Med 1-2
Pic-2-36.png Scorpitron Robot 2200 50-250 10 35 9d6 Automatic Med 1
Pic-2-35.png Gundroid Cyborg 300 12-62 5 25 3d6+2 Automatic Med 1-5
Pic-2-35.png Cyborg Commando Cyborg 200 12-62 3 30 6d6+2 Automatic Med 1-5
Pic-2-27.png RadAngel Humanoid 120 10-50 2 20 6d6 Semi-auto Med 1

[edit] References

  1. Wasteland Manual