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0. #PROGRAMMING @Lead Programmer Jesse Reynolds @Programmers Chris Jones Nick Kesting Robert Hertenstein 2 Thomas French Chris Holland Dan Spitzley @Additional Programming By Tim Cain John Price Michael Bernstein @Movie Technology Paul Edelstein @Installer/Autoplay Darren Monahan #ART @Lead Artists Gary Platner Tramell Ray Isaac @Artists Robert Collier Jeff McAteer Brian Menze Scott Rodenhizer @Additional Art By Aaron Brown Peter Kroko Michael Sean McCarthy Chad Moore Eddie Rainwater Justin Sweet Vance Kovacs Tim Donley @Intern Artists Charles M. Gregory Daniel Jacobs John Jacobs Karel Jacobs Christopher Jones Benc Orpak Adoni Torres @Original Game Artwork By Jason Anderson Leonard Boyarsky Michael Dean Sharon Shellman #DESIGN @Lead Designers Feargus Urquhart Matthew J. Norton @Designers Jason G. Suinn John Deiley Chris Avellone David "Zeb" Cook Dave Hendee Colin McComb @Technical Designer Scott Everts @Level Designers John Deiley Scott Everts Jason G. Suinn @Additional Design By Robert Hertenstein 2 Nick Kesting Fred Hatch @Design/Dialogue Mark O'Green @Original Game Design By Tim Cain Leonard Boyarsky Jason Anderson Jason Taylor Scott Campbell @SPECIAL Game System Design By Chris Taylor Tim Cain Jess Heinig Feargus Urquhart #PRODUCTION @Division Director Feargus Urquhart @Producers Eric Demilt Feargus Urquhart @Assistant Producers Fred Hatch Douglas Avery @Asst. Division Director Jeremy Barnes @Lip Synch Coordinators Jason G. Suinn Dave Hendee @Lip Synch Artists Douglas Avery Chris Benson David "Zeb" Cook Jacob Devore Kenneth Lee Colin McComb #QUALITY ASSURANCE @Director of Quality Assurance Chad Allison @QA Managers Steve Victory Colin Totman @PC Version Project Supervisors Greg "Moose" Baumeister Steve McLafferty Darrell Jones @PC Version Senior Testers Dennis Presnell Chad Nicholas Dave Simon @PC Version Testers Ed Hyland Dany Martinez WR Saunders Rodney Smith Tony Piccoli David Maldonado Dan Levin Eric Pribish Scott Warner Derek Johnson Tim Anderson Primo Pulanco Jeremy Ray Jeremy Seely Henry Lee Scott Humphreys @I.S. Compatibility Manager Frank Pimentel @Senior I.S. Technician Bill Delk @I.S. Technician Tom Quast @QA Database Administrator Steve Cabiness @Compatibility Technicians Derek Gibbs John Parker Ed Robles Louie Iturzaeta #AUDIO @Audio Director Charles Deenen @Audio Mastering Craig Duman @Voiceover Director Jamie Thomason @Voiceover Coordinator Julie Morgavi @Voiceover Supervisor Chris Borders @Voiceover Editors Frank Szick Kevin Frayser Ron Valdez @Voiceover Recorded at Marc Graue Studio @Sound Design Paul Menichini Tim Walston @Cinematics Sound Design David Farmer @Cinematics Re-Recording Mixing Charles Deenen @Mixed in Dolby [TM] Surround at Interplay Audio @Audio Administrator Gloria Soto @Additional Sound Design by Larry Peacock Weddington EFX Eight Ball Sound Charles Deenen @Voiceover Engineers Wes Smith Julian Cook of Marc Graue Studios @Music By Mark Morgan @for Four Bars Intertainment @and by Rick Jackson @Voice Producer Fred Hatch @FEATURING THE VOICES OF Charlie Adler @Harold Ron Perlman @Narrator Dwight Schultz @Hakunin Jason Marsden @Myron Cree Summer @Lynette Kevin Michael Richardson @Com Officer Peter Jason @Drill Sergeant Peter Jason @Gate Guard Flo DiRe @Elder Tress MacNeille @Tandi Greg Eagles @Sulik Michael Dorn @Marcus Michael Dorn @Frank Horrigan Jeffrey Jones @The President "A KISS TO BUILD A DREAM ON" @Performed by Louie Armstrong @Courtesy of GRP Records @Under license from UNIVERSAL MUSIC SPECIAL MARKETS "A KISS TO BUILD A DREAM ON" @Written by Bert Kalmer, Harry Ruby and Oscar Hammerstein II @(C) 1935, 1951 renewed 1963, 1979 METRO GOLDWYN MAYER, INC. @Rights assigned to EMI CATALOGUE PARTNERSHIP @All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI MILLER CATALOG INC. @All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. @Used by Permission. @WARNING: It is a violation of Federal Copyright Law @to copy, duplicate or reproduce this Program or any @portions of this Program without the express written @permission of the copyright owner. #VIDEO @Video Services Provided by Dave Cravens Stephen Miller Bill Stoudt Dan Williams #MARKETING @Director of Marketing Paul Sackman @Marketing Managers Mike Markin Greg Peterson @Associate Marketing Manager Greg Bauman @PR Manager Krys Card @Traffic Managers Thom Dohner Paul Naftalis @Thanks to @(Dave H.) The Unwashed Villagers, the Dyer Family, @Jamba Juice, The Tick, Southpark; (Chris A.) my "pal," @Thuy Dang, Eileen Suh and Ma and Pa Avellone; (t.ray) @my mother, my father, my son and my brother and to all @of my adoring fans for buying this game; (Rob H.) @Becky Warner and Billie Ryder; (Matt N.) Meine @DieMonika und der kater; (Jesse R.) "To Dad, @you were an inspiration all my life. I miss you @always." @Special Thanks to: @The Members of the Fallout and Fallout 2 message boards. @Thanks for your comments, suggestions and other esoteria! @The Interplay Video Room, for processing above and beyond @the call of duty! @Fallout 2 was brought to you by Interplay Productions, @Team Fallout 2, the letter Q and numbers 42 and 20. @Okay, fine, if you really must... @Did you find the extra-special encounters? @Keep looking... @Maybe you'll find the Maltese Falcon? @Hah! Enjoy...
20. War. War never changes.
70. The end of the world occurred pretty much as we had predicted.
125. Too many humans, not enough space or resources to go around.
190. The details are trivial and pointless, the reasons, as always, purely human ones.
285. The Earth was nearly wiped clean of life.
360. A great cleansing, an atomic spark struck by human hands, quickly raged out of control.
460. Spears of nuclear fire rained from the skies.
520. Continents were swallowed in flames and fell beneath the boiling oceans.
600. Humanity was almost extinguished,
630. their spirits becoming part of the background radiation that blanketed the Earth.
720. A quiet darkness fell across the planet, lasting many years.
810. Few survived the devastation.
840. Some had been fortunate enough to reach safety, taking shelter in great underground vaults.
920. When the great darkness passed, these vaults opened,
980. and their inhabitants emerged to begin their lives again.
1040. One of the northern tribes claims they are descended from one such Vault.
1100. They hold that their founder and ancestor,
1140. one known as the "Vault Dweller," once saved the world from a great evil.
1210. According to their legend, this evil arose in the far south.
1280. It corrupted all it touched, twisting men inside, turning them into beasts.
1370. Only through the bravery of this Vault Dweller was the evil destroyed.
1440. But in so doing, he lost many of his friends and suffered greatly,
1500. sacrificing much of himself to save the world.
1570. When at last he returned to the home he had fought so hard to protect, he was cast out.
1650. Exiled.
1685. In confronting that which they feared,
1740. he had become something else in their eyes... and no longer their champion.
1795. Forsaken by his people, he strode into the wasteland.
1860. He traveled far to the north, until he came to the great canyons.
1930. There, he founded a small village, Arroyo, where he lived out the rest of his years.
2025. And so, for a generation since its founding, Arroyo has lived in peace,
2095. its canyons sheltering it from the outside world.
2165. It is home. Your home.
2225. But the scars left by the war have not yet healed. And the Earth has not forgotten.

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