Small Guns are an incredibly common weapon, and although their name makes them seem harmless, they are actually one of the most effective firearms in the game. High in firepower, easy to find, and easy to feed, Small Guns pack a big punch.
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So, you have the best perks, your skills are high, and you think you’re ready to take on a thousand Deathclaws at once. But all the skills and perks in the world won’t save you if you are missing one final, critical component – Your Weapon. Without the right weapon, you simply won’t stand a chance.
Sometimes you just need to blow stuff up. And not just blow it up, but blow it up into very tiny pieces. Then toast it with a flamer, just to make sure. When those times come, you’ll find that nothing in Fallout 3 works better than a Big Gun.
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Fallout 3 has many Perks to choose from, and picking the best ones can be tough. Thankfully, the Fallout 3 Perk Guide is here to help. This part of the guide covers levels 16-20.
Even after you understand all of the individual Perks in Fallout 3, putting them all together to form an effective character can be difficult. This article provides tips on how to plan a character that makes use of all the best Perks.
The Wasteland is a harsh place. Raiders are gunning for you, radiation is everywhere, and ammo is scarce. Perks can give you the advantage you need, but which ones will actually help you conquer the wasteland, and which ones are a waste of time? This guide will help you sort the caps from the trash.
Fallout 3 is a complex game, with many options for enhancing your character. This section of the Perk Guide will help you choose from Perks that become available at levels 10 through 14.
The Wasteland is a harsh and lonely place, wanderer. Surviving and thriving will require not only natural talent, but skills honed by education and practice. This guide will teach you all you need to know about what is worth training.
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