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Fallout: Familiar faces 1New Vegas could be the best place in the world, if you had the caps for it and enjoyed its entertainment. Casinos, card games, bright lights, singing and women, or men, if one preferred that. Its neon and white lights stood out in the Mojave, like a beacon. Whether it was a beacon of hope or something else, you could argue however.The Courier went there often, not because of the numerous ways to waste money. No, she enjoyed the lights and the people. It wasn't dark like out in the Mojave and God knew, she had spent a lot of time out there already.Granted, the people on the Strip weren't the friendliest out there
some were surely as bad as the raiders and other scumbags she had killed out in the desert. Hell, she'd be surprised if the Legion didn't have more than one spy in there already.But it didn't matter. She did her best to avoid confrontations with the people there. Only once had she done so, and that was to pay back to the bastard who had shot her in the head. After that
Part 5: KinD16 let the vents take her away from the area and for a moment she had no idea where she was going as long as she got away from the immediate threat. Once she was satisfied that she had, she paused to take in her surroundings, letting her senses show her the rooms outside of the vents. They all seemed the same so far, with no humans or anything else in sight.She tried to listen after her Queen, whom she hadn't heard since being a hatchling. But even as she tilted her head slightly upwards and stood perfectly still, she couldn't pick up anything from her leader. The Queen wasn't dead, she sensed as much. But she was silent, so she couldn't give out any orders.D16 lowered her head again, before she continued to run forward, the faint clicking of claws against metal echoing through the vent. She didn't stop until she picked up something strange with her senses. Even though she had never seen it before, she recognized it as something of her own kind, as she paused in the vent and checked