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    Achievement Guide by Gamer364

    Updated: 11/27/14 | Printable Version | Search This Guide

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    *                          Game: Fallout: New Vegas                          *
    *                    System: Xbox 360 (also for PS3 and PC)                  *
    *                        Type: Achievment/Trophy Guide                       *
    *                           Written By: Gamer364                             *
    *                              Copyright 2011                                *
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    Part 1: The Guide's Timeline
    Part 2: Intro
    Part 3: Achievement/Trophy Overview
    Part 4: The Game's Non-DLC Achievements/Trophies and How to unlock them
    Part 5: The Game's DLC Achievements/Trophies and How to unlock them
    Part 6: Achievements/trophies removed from the final game
    Part 7: How to Contact me
    Part 8: Legal Junk, Special Thanks and Other Guides I've Done
    
    
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    |                        Part 1: The Guide's Timeline                        |
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    04/30/2011: The Guide's Birth
    
    05/01/2011: Worked on the guide some more.
    
    05/02/2011: Finished off the guide and summited to GameFAQs.
    
    05/13/2011: Added Honest Hearts to the guide, but didn't update it just yet
    for it had yet to be released at the time.
    
    05/19/2011: Did a guide for the Honest Hearts achievements/trophies, but
    but was unsure if one achievement/trophy is DLC-story related or not.  Updated
    the guide anyway.
    
    05/29/2011: Fixed a couple of errors that I found when looking at this guide
    one time, and added a guide to Honest Hearts (see that achievement/trophy set
    for details).
    
    06/04/2011: Corrected a guide for one of the main achievements/trophies, and
    added a guide for the one Honest Hearts achievements/trophies.
    
    07/13/2011: Added Old World Blues to the guide, but didn't update the guide
    since it had yet to be released at the time.
    
    07/20/2011: Updated the guide with the Old World Blues achievement/trophy
    guide.  Forgot to inclued this date on the guide though.
    
    08/01/2011: Reviewed my guide one time, and it seems that one of the
    achievments/trophies was missing a description.  It was fixed though.
    
    09/20/2011: Updated the guide with Lonesome Road and Gun Runners' Arsenal
    (The latter is still a work in progress since it has yet to be relased).
    
    09/29/2011: Added a walkthrough for Lonesome Road.  Because the Gun Runners'
    Arsenal was released 2 days ago and it's the last DLC for this game, I'm
    offically done with this guide.  I just need to get all of the remaining
    achievements and I'll be done with this game.  I'll still take e-mail
    reguarding this game though.  I also added a couple of alterative methods for
    getting the Level achievements/trophies.
    
    10/12/2011: Corrected a few mistakes I found in the guide.  I also added a way
    to get the first two warheads in the area before Ulysses' Temple without
    fighting a certain enemy.  Look at Warhead Hunter for details.
    
    10/11/2012: Well, never thought I update this guide again.  Especially since
    it'll be (almost) 1 year since I last updated this guide.  Anyway, I just
    made a few minor corrections, nothing special here, though their is an update
    to one of the achievements/trophies that extends what the rewards for beating
    that mission were.
    
    07/18/2014: Added another way of contacting me.  You can now contact me on the
    PS3.  Check Stage 5 for the PSN Profile name.  Also, I've made an update on
    one of the steps reguarding one of the alterative methods.
    
    11/27/2014: Added another way to get "The Whole Gang's Here"
    achievement/trophy and this one's glitchy (in a good way).  Refer to said
    achievement/trophy for details.
    
    
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    Hey Guys, welcome to my next guide in my series of works.  As you can tell
    from my user name, my name is Gamer364.  This guide is designed to help all
    players playing this game unlock all the achievements/trophies (including the
    DLC ones).  I know there's an achievement guide on GameFAQs already, but it
    didn't include the DLC achievements/trophies at the time of writing this, so I
    figured I try to write one.  I know you guys probably don't like long Intros,
    so I'll get on with the guide already.
    
    Warring: This guide can and will contain spoillers.  I will do my best to not
    spoill stuff from the game, but sometimes it just can not be helped, so read
    at your own risk.
    
    
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    Achievement/Trophy difficulty (on a scale of 1 through 5, 5 being the
                                  hardest): 5
    
    Number of Achievements (Xbox 360/PC): 75 (with DLC)
                                          50 without DLC
    
    Number of Trophies (PS3): 76 (with DLC)
                              51 without DLC
    
    Least amount of playthroughs to get all Achievements/Trophies: 1-4 (depending
    on save reuse)
    
    Suggested amount of playthroughs: 4
    
    Number of Missable Achievements/Trophies: A lot
    
    Details: This game itself is not that hard once you get the hang of it (that
    or if you played Fallout 3 before) but the achievements/trophies can be a bit
    tricky.  The most playthroughs you could get 100% is 4, but depending on how
    many times you use reload from the save before you make your choice of who is
    going to rule New Vegas (moments after you first enter the Vegas strip the
    latest), you could beat this in as little as 1.  However, I would suggest
    that you do 4 playthroughs anyway, because you'll need to focus on certain
    skills and weapon specializations for certain achievements/trophies anyway.
    This game does have a lot of missable achievements/trophies, but if you know
    where to turn to, you shouldn't have too much trouble getting them.  Here are
    a couple of links you could use to help you on your way to getting 100%.
    
    1.
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Portal:Fallout:_New_Vegas
    This is not a guide like the second one, but it has everything you need to
    know about Fallout: New Vegas.  This was created by the Fallout Wiki.
    
    2.
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/959557-fallout-new-vegas/faqs/61069
    This guide goes into detail with the main game, as well as the side quests
    required for some of the achievements/trophies and the side quests you can do
    for fun.  At the time of posting this however, it didn't include the DLC
    quests.  This guide was written by Absolute Steve.
    
    
    How to bulid your character
    
    Note: All this is nothing more than a suggetion, so you can bulid your
    character anyway you wish.
    
    When you determine you S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats, you always want your Intelligence
    at 10.  There are stat boosting items called implants (which work exactly like
    bobbleheads, only you have to pay for them and they are in one location (more
    details in a bit)), but there's almost no way you can get to the New Vegas
    Clinc (which is where the implants are at), have enough money to buy them and
    not level up.
    
    Update: Actually, there is one way to get all of the Intelligence Implant
    without leveling up even one time.  Here's my way of going about this, while
    minimizing the number of locations found in the game.
    
    Note: It helps to have the Skilled Trait from Old World Blues, because you get
    10% fewer exp. then usual.  Also, don't fight anyone; you'll get unnessary
    exp.  Finally, it helps if you have a map of all of the areas in the Mojave
    Wasteland (Fallout's version of Las Vagas for this game).  Here's a link to
    one map I found on GameFAQs.  It assumes that your playing the PS3 version,
    and it was created by jekoln.
    
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/959557-fallout-new-vegas/faqs/62652
    
    1. When creating your character, set your Intelligence to 9 instead of 10 like
    I mentioned when I first posted this.  Rearrange you S.P.E.C.I.A.L. anyway you
    wish, and proceed through the character creation process as normal.
    
    2. You'll start off at Goodsprings for story-related reasons.  Find a
    Watertower in the distance and head on over there.  You'll find Goodsprings
    Cemetery.  Here, you'll find a Snowglobe, which when you give it to Jane, she
    will give you 2000 Caps (Fallout's currency).  You should have visited 2
    locations so far.
    
    3. Then go to your Pip-Boy, make sure you are on the World Map, then create a
    marker for Helios One (undiscovered) and make your way there.  If your unsure
    where that's at, it'll be North of Nipton.  You will be asked if you want to
    change anything about your character.  Do this if you want, but countinue as
    usual.  You'll go through Hidden Valley as you head on over there, making it 4
    locations discovered.
    
    Note: It's possible that you may run into Scorpion Gulch as you head on over
    there.  As long as you don't "Discover" it, you should be okay.  Also, it may
    be possible to cut-through the Quary indirectly by heading north, avoiding
    these two locations all together.  Be careful if you try to do this however,
    because there are Deathclaws running around there, and at level 1, they can
    kill you easily (I know, I got killed by one of them while looking for the
    Star Bottle Caps for the "Legend of the Star/A Lesson Learned" Quest and I
    think I was at a higher level).  I'm going to assume that you cut through
    Hidden Valley.
    
    4. Set a marker to the New Vegas Clinc (directly East is the Crimson Caravan
    Company), and head North from Helios One.  It's posible that you'll run into
    Vault 11.  If you were worried that you might hit El Dorado Dry Lake as you
    head on over there, then don't worry about it too much, you have room for
    error (by that, I mean you can visit a few unnessary before hiting level 2
    prematurely).  I'll assume that you missed both of those locations.  You'll
    find the 188 Trading Post, but that one's avoidable by going around it.  By
    the time you discover the Clinc, you should have found 5 locations (4 from the
    previous steps, and 1 you just discovered).
    
    5. Next set your marker to Camp McCarran (northeast of that is NCR Sharecopper
    Farms), and head there.  You'll spot the location mentioned last sentence, but
    you can go around to your left (heading south) along the abandon houses.  Camp
    McCarran should be your only new location by the time you head on over there,
    so enter the door you see when you discover your location (my path from the
    Clinc was South, go around the NCR Sharecopper, West, then South until
    location discovered, and finally head through the door).
    
    6. From the door, head inside the Camp McCarran terminal building, then take
    the non-funtioning esclator then head through the door to the Monorail.  NCR
    personnel will tell you that you can't go in there, but ignore them.  They
    will shoot at you, but as long as you didn't take too much damage, you should
    be okay.  No one will attack you when you get to the NCR station in the Strip
    (the Casino Strip, not that other Strip you pervert).
    
    7. You'll be stopped by Victor as you roam around Strip.  He'll tell you that
    Mr. House is opening the Lucky 38 to you and you should go see him.  Say
    anything you want to him and he'll be waiting for you at the entrance to the
    Lucky 38.  Anyway, this step is optional, if you want to get 2000 addtional
    caps or to shorten the amount of time you get the Intelligence Implant.  The
    Intelligence Implant cost 4000 caps, and Jane is in the Lucky 38 casino.
    Anyway, head through a gate to your left and head into the Valut 21.  You'll
    find a female named Sarah Weintraub.  The Snowglobe is in her room, but you
    need a Lockpick skill of at least 50, which I assume that skill isn't high
    enough.  Instead, you have to Pickpocket her Keycard off her.  Make sure you
    save before attempting this though.  When you manage to get the Keycard off of
    her, you can Pickpocket other items off her, but don't get greedy, or you'll
    get caught.  Head into the Vault itself, and find her room.  Use the Keycard,
    and grab the Snowglobe.  Exit the Vault after getting the Snowglobe.
    
    8. Head to your right (or left if you entered Vault 21) and head towards
    Victor.  Tell him that your ready to see him and enter the casino.  You can
    explore the casino area if you want, but head on over to Victor (he's guarding
    the elevator this time).  Talk to him and a pop-up menu will give you a choice
    of where you want to go.  The Penthouse floor is your only option at the
    momment (other than leaving of course), so select that.  You'll see Jane when
    you exit the elevator, but ignore her for now; I don't believe that she'll put
    the Snowglobes in the Presidental Suite that you get in a bit.  Besides,
    you'll need to unlock the rest of the Lucky 38 for the Snowglobe here anyway.
    At any rate, head on over to Mr. House and talk to him.  Say anything you want
    to him and leave.  What the next step is going to be depends on what you did
    eariler when you got to the strip.
    
    If you picked up the Snowglobe from step 7, go to step 9.
    
    If you didn't, or you just want to get the extra 2000 Caps, go to step 8a.
    
    8a. Talk to Victor and he'll tell you that you have been given access to the
    rest of Lucky 38, including the Presidental Suite I talked about earilier.  A
    pop-up will then show up asking you where you want to go this time.  You have
    a couple more options, but select the Cocktail Lounge.  When you get to that
    floor, search behind various Cash Registers until you find a Snowglobe.  Pick
    it up and head back to the Penthouse floor.
    
    9. Talk to Jane and mention something about a Snowglobe Collection.  She'll
    tell you that Mr. House is looking for them.  Turn in your Snowglobes and
    she'll give you 4000-6000 caps (depending on how many Snowglobes you have).
    
    10. Exit the Lucky 38, and you'll stoped by an NCR officer telling you that
    the NCR's Ambassador wants to see you, but ignore it for it has nothing to do
    with the Intelligence Implant.  Anyway, this step is optional, but
    recommended, for you can just warp directly to the New Vegas Clinc.  However,
    if you don't do this step and you need to head back to the Strip, you will
    have to find it either by going through one of the gates leading to Freeside
    or go through Camp McCarren again.  At any rate, head outside the Strip to
    your right and go as far as you can until you discover the Stirp North Gate,
    and make it your 7th location.  You'll be stopped by an NPC (Non-Playable
    Character), so say whatever you like with him.
    
    11. Warp to the New Vegas Clinc and head inside.  Talk to the Dr. Usanagi to
    start a conversation with her.
    
    Note: I'm not sure if it's just me, but sometimes she doesn't appear when I
    enter the Clinc.  I found that waiting 2 hours game time (1 hour two seperate
    times) makes her show up.
    
    Mention something about Implants, and she'll tell you that she has SPECIAL
    rasing implants, as well as 2 addtional implants, 1 that ups you Damage
    Threshold, and 1 that gives you the abillity to regenerate health.  Say that
    you want to buy an Implant and she'll also mention that your body may not be
    able to handle too many surgeries (more details in a few paragraphs).  Your
    interested in the Intelligence Implant, so say you want to buy that.  She'll
    tell you that she'll give you the Implant for 4000 Caps, which you should have
    that much (and more if you grabed all of the Snowglobes mentioned), so drop
    the caps and you'll be at 10 Intelligence.
    
    If done correctly, you should have visited 7 locations with 70 exp. (less if
    you took the Old World Blues trait Skilled) 8 locations with 80 exp. (or lower
    with Skilled) if you found Vault 11 by mistake and/or out of fear of hitting
    El Dorado Dry Lake by mistake.  You could even have 5 locations found with 50
    exp. if you took the Deathclaw route, which I didn't recommend that you did
    so due to how weak you were at that point.
    
    
    The reason for 10 Intelligence (or 9+1 with the Intelligence Implant), is
    because you'll want to maximize the amount of skill points you get per level
    up.  The rest of the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats are strongly up to you, but if you
    plan to play on Hardcore mode, you'll want your Endurance at 10 as well for
    the most health possible.
    
    
    When taging skills you should have three of these skills taged unless you are
    going after a certain achievement/trophy.
    
    Guns (you will most likely use this as you play the game)
    Medicine (more healing couldn't hurt)
    Lockpick
    Speech (the one I almost always tag)
    
    Noteable skills to tag
    
    Science
    Barter
    Energy Weapons
    Surivial (you'll want to tag this if your playing in Hardcore mode)
    
    
    You'll be able to pick traits after that.  You can opt not to, but you should
    at least consider them.  You should pick one or two of these traits unless you
    don't want any traits or you are after a certain bulid.
    
    Good Natured
    Kamikaze
    Skilled*
    Small Frame
    Trigger Discipline
    Wild Wasteland (for a more "interesting" Fallout experience)
    
    *DLC Traits
    
    Here's a link to all the pros and cons of each trait (including the ones I
    didn't suggest) below.  This list belongs to the Fallout Wiki.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Fallout:_New_Vegas_traits
    
    Note: The Old World Blues DLC has one trait that alows you to keep your level
    cap at 30 (or your current level if you already overshot it) known as "Logan's
    Loophole".  The only reason I would see taking this trait is that you feel
    that there are no other good perks to choose from after level 30.
    
    I mentioned a few paragraphs back that the New Vegas Clinc has Implants that
    you can purchase.  They are not cheap to buy however, as they range anywhere
    from 4,000 to 12,000 bottle caps.  There are the SPECIAL stat increasing
    implants (4,000 caps each), the damage threshold implant (8,000 caps) and the
    health regeneration implant (12,000 caps).  How many you can buy depends on
    how high your base Endurance stat is (up to a max of 9). If it's at one, then
    you can only get 1 implant.  If it's at the default  (which is 5 for all
    fallout games), then you get 5 implants.  If you decide to get the implants,
    here's the ones you should avoid getting and the reasons behind them.
    
    Endurance Implant - It doesn't let you go under the knife one more time, so it
    is kind of pointless.  However, it does give you more health every time you
    level up, so the usefullness of this Implant is up to you.
    
    Intelligence Implant - If you have followed my advice for this stat, you
    should be at 10 already, so it'll be a waste.  However, if you followed the
    path I thought of for getting this, then you should be at 9 Intelligence,
    allowing you to get this anyway (assmuing you have enough caps of course).
    
    Regeneration Implant - It sounds like it would be an asset in Hardcore mode,
    but you won't notice the difference that much.  A big waste of caps.  However,
    it's pretty handy for if you are going to playthrough Dead Money (which you
    are going to have to do at some point due to it having achievements/trophies),
    due to how rare stimpaks are.
    
    If you want to buy the implants, set your Endurance to 6, unless your playing
    on Hardcore Mode or you want to buy all the implants.
    
    As far as perks go, you get them once every other level (starting at level 2).
    Which ones you pick is strongly up to you, but I would pick the Black Widow
    perk if your a girl or the Confirmed Bachelor perk if your a guy at level 2.
    You'll be able to do more damage on guys (well, 10% more but still), and there
    are more guys in New Vegas then there are girls anyway.  When you hit level 4,
    always, I repeat, ALWAYS take the Educated perk.  You'll get 2 addtional skill
    points each time you level up.  That doesn't sound like much, but look at it
    this way:
    
    If you have your Intelligence at 10 like I suggested and taken this perk, you
    will have spent a total of 52 skill points more than if you just had your
    Intelligence at 10 by the time you reach level 30.  If you have the Dead
    Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road (add-ons all DLCs
    rasies the level cap by a combined total of 20), that number goes up to 92
    unless you take the trait that limits your level cap to 30 or your current
    level.
    
    There are a couple of other perks I should mention.
    
    Intense Training - This will let you boost one of your SPECIAL stats by one
    and it can be taken up to 10 times.  The only reasons why you would pick this
    is if...
    
    A. There are no other perks you want, or...
    B. There's another perk you want to pick but your one SPECIAL stat short of
    what's required.
    
    I have included two more reasons to take this Perk.
    
    C. If you are looking to get more Implants, or...
    D. If you are doing the Double Perks glitch (see The Boss' alterative methods
    for details).
    
    Comprehension - This will boost the number of skill points you (for a short
    time) get double the skill points you get from reading magazines, and gain a
    permenant 1 skill point towards a skill (depending on what magazine you read).
    I wouldn't take this, because there are only so many books can find, and who's
    got the time to go book hunting when they can do something like deciding who
    rules New Vegas, or hunting Deathclaws.  *looks around to make sure there are
    no Deathclaws present*  Anyway, some people might like this perk however, so
    the useful this of this perk is strongly up to you.
    
    There seems to be a bug with one of the achievements/trophies with the Old
    World Blues DLC.  More details on that in the Old World Blues section of Part
    5.
    
    
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    |  Part 4: The Game's Non-DLC Achievements/Trophies and How to unlock them   |
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    This is the Meat and potatoes of this guide.  One thing I'll mention is that
    some of these tricks metioned may require you to clear your system of all of
    the patches and click cancel to not take the patch in (I'm not sure if you can
    get away with this in the PC version of the game).
    
    Update: On the Xbox 360 version, the patch for this will come in a form of a
    save file.  As such, the clear the system of all patches trick will not work.
    However, there is a work around.  If you put this "Save file" on a Memory
    Unit/USB Drive and remove it when you start the game or delete it all
    together, you can still exploit these glitches.  It'll still ask for a patch,
    and it'll still put it in the form of the save file, but you can still expolit
    the game's good glitches.  I'm not sure if this would apply to the PS3 version
    of the game or not.  This has been going on for a while now, but I haven't
    tooken to the time to update the guide with this infomation.
    
    1. New Kid
    Description: Reach 10th level.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to The Boss.
    
    2. Up and Comer
    Description: Reach 20th level.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Refer to The Boss.
    
    3. The Boss
    Description: Reach 30th level.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Between the main game, the Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues
    and the final story based add-on Lonesome Road, the level cap is now at 50.
    However, if you take the trait the Old World Blues DLC offers you, you can
    limit your level cap to 30/Your current level.  At any rate, this and the
    level 10 and 20 achievements/trohpies seems to be a bit of a grind, but it
    came be made super easy if you use this bug.  Go through That Lucky Old Sun
    sidequest as normal, until you get to get to the point when you have to decide
    who you are going to "Configure Power Grid" for.  You have to choose the
    option that says "Full Region, Emergency Output Level".  After that, go on as
    normal until you talk to Ignacio Rivas.  Select the option that says "I
    overloaded the plant.  No one will be able to use it to power a weapon."
    You'll recive 350XP, 3 stimpaks, and 2 doctor's bags.  Here comes the buggy
    part.  You'll noticed the option I just mentioned is not gone.  Click on it
    again, and you'll get another 350XP, 3 stimpaks, and 2 doctor's bags.  You can
    do this over and over again until you hit level 30 giving you the three
    achievements/trophies.  You'll have a lot of stimpaks and doctor's bags by the
    time you hit level 30.  Here's a video created by jmg28662 to better explan
    this.
    
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLMkO6Kxbvw
    
    Note: This bug has been patched, so you are going to have to clear your system
    of all patches in order to exploit this.  Also, since you have to clear your
    system of all patches to do this bug, you won't be able to access Dead Money
    nor any future DLC (or at least, it might not work properly), so keep that in
    mind.
    
    Alterative Method 1: There is another glitch that you can do that allows you
    to hit level 30 and beyond, it can be used for the Double Perks glitch and
    best of all, it not patched.  However, it is a bit slower then the orginal
    method and the 2nd alterative method, but hey, at least you don't have to
    delete any patches, and you'll knock out Outstanding Orator (if you don't
    already have it) anyway.  You must have a Barter and/or Speech skill of at
    least 25 in order to do this.  You must also have a Intelligence of at least
    6.  That shouldn't be a problem if you have it set to 9 or 10.  The
    Intelligence check might not be the only way to do this, but I haven't tested
    it any other way.
    
    1. At any rate, start the Back in the Sattle Intro quest.  Go as far as you
    can with that quest until you can end the tutorial.
    
    Note: You can go as far as you want with the intro quest, as it won't matter
    in the end.
    
    2. Enter the Prospector Saloon and you'll find Trudy (the Saloon manager) and
    Joe Cobb (member of the Power Gangers) in an argument.  You can let them
    finish it or talk to Trudy right away.  Ask her what the argument was all
    about and she'll mention something about Ringo.  This will start the Ghost
    Town Gunfight.  Ask her where he is if you want, but Ringo is hiding in the
    Goodsprings Gas Station.
    
    3. Head inside the gas station, and Ringo will talk to you.  Say what you want
    to Ringo, kill him anyway you see fit, then leave the gas station.  This will
    fail Ghost Town Gunfight.
    
    Note: Make sure you take his Caravan Deck if you didn't talk to him about the
    rules of Caravan before leaving.
    
    4. This step is optional if you don't want to gang fame with the Power
    Gangers.  Head into "Goodsprings general store" and purchase the Slienced .22
    Pistol.
    
    Update: It seems that you get Power Ganger Fame reguardless if you go through
    with this optional step or not.  If anything, not doing this step will
    ultimately make you a "Wild Child" to the Power Gangers.
    
    5. Find Joe Cobb at a small white building at the southeast edge of
    Goodsprings.  Tell him that you want to help him take over Goodsprings.  He'll
    ask him why he would even want to take over the town, but use the Intelligence
    check to convince him.  He'll then tell you to kill Ringo, but tell him that
    you already took care of that (any other Dialogue option works just as well).
    This will start the "Run Goodsprings Run" quest.
    
    6. After that, talk to Joe Cobb.  He'll tell you to pick up some supplies for
    the invasion.  Exit the conversation after that.  You must do this step, or
    the glitch will not work.
    
    7. Kill Joe Cobb and his followers.  If you purchase the pistol from step 4,
    go into sneak mode (click the Left Ctrl stick), aim the pistol at Joe and
    shoot.  This will kill Joe, not alert his followers, and therefore optional
    targets.  No matter how you go about this step, you'll fail Run Goodsprings
    Run.
    
    8. Go to the general store again and talk to Chet.  You could go Doc
    Mitchell's house and use your Medicine skill if it's at least at 25, but you
    won't reap the benefits as much, because you can't sell the "Spare Medical
    Supplies" due to the fact it's a quest item and it requires more clicks
    anyway.  Save your game at this point if you don't want to double your perks.
    
    9. Tell him that the Power Gangers need his stuff, but he wants no part of it.
    Use your Barter (or Speech same effect) and he'll hand over 1 Leather Armor
    and 30 9mm bullets and you'll gang 25 exp. If you killed Joe Cobb via
    Slienced .22 Pistol, you'll also gang Power Ganger Fame.
    
    Update: Again, even if you didn't do step 4, you'll get Power Ganger Fame
    anyway.  If anything, the Power Gangers will label you as a "Wild Child" if
    you didn't do step 4.
    
    10. Here's the glitchy part.  The option doesn't go away because you killed
    Joe Cobb, and if you click on it again and you'll get the same exact
    Speech-type options as you would the first time.  Select the same option you
    picked or the other one and you get the items, exp and fame mentioned again.
    
    11. Repeat step 9 until you reach the level cap, hit level 30 (level 31 close
    to 32 if you are going to take the Skilled trait) or your good with the level
    you happend to be at.  You will get this achievement/trophy along with all of
    the other level achievements/trophies at this point.
    
    12. This step and the next one's optional if you don't want to double your
    perks.  Head outside Goodsprings until the game asks you if you want to change
    anything about your character.  Choose to rebulid your character, and choose
    what ever you like about your character (make sure you have your Intelligence
    at 10).
    
    13. Get ready for a lot of level ups and score a lot of perks.
    
    By the time you are done with this glitch, you'll have lots of Leather Armor
    that you can wear and repair for the Jury Rigger achievement/trophy (assuming
    you don't already have it) and enough 9mm ammo to last you the entire game
    and more.  If for some reason you are running low on either the armor and/or
    bullets (the former being more likely) you can do this glitch for more armor
    and bullets.  
    
    Note: Due to long process it takes just to even get to level 30 and you lose
    your level 2 and 4 perks when you rebuild your character anyway, you'll want
    to take 2 ranks of Swift Learner when you level up to those levels.  This is
    also important if you took the Skilled Trait when you created your character
    at the starting gate.  Also, if you don't have an high enough Barter and/or
    Speech by the time you get to steps 8 or 9, level up to level 2 and up what
    ever skill(s) you lacking at.  Furthermore, if you have the Lonesome Road DLC
    installed, then you have a choice to make when you hit level 26.
    
    There is a Perk called Lessons Learned which ups the amount of exp earned by
    1% times your level like 26.  This perk sticks when rebuilding your
    character, and you stop gaining exp when you hit the level cap, so you have to
    decide if you want to speed this up even further or leave it alone.  If you
    leave it alone, then go on as normal.  Finally, use of this glitch is not
    recommend if you're playing on Hardcore mode due to the amount of weight the
    bullets have.  For the list of what perks stick when you use this glitch or
    the 2nd alterative, check out this link.  It has the list of all the other
    expliots as well as this one, and the other mentioned in the guide.  This was
    made by the Wiki.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Fallout:_New_Vegas_exploits
    
    Alterative Method 2: There is one more glitched way to get the level
    achievements/trophies as well as doubling your perks and it involves the use
    of one simple item: Mantis Legs.  This however has been patched to my
    knowledge, so you will have to remove the patch to expoit it.  Anyway, you can
    find quite a few of them in the Goodsprings School, so kill them and take one
    of their legs.  You can find other insects or a container for this glitch.
    Make sure nothing besides the Mantis leg is in your Misc. items list.
    
    Once you find a container, and you are properly prepaired, start doing the
    swap.  You'll get the amount of exp based on what corpse it was in last (be it
    people or animals).  Because of this, you'll want to find other exp sources.
    Assuming it's still earily in the game (meaining you haven't left Goodsprings
    completely yet), the best foe to do this will is with the Giant Radscorpions.
    However, these foe are not exactly easy to kill at this point.  You can find
    one outside Goodsprings Cemetery, but you have to get a lucky shot just to
    even lure one over to your location.  Once that's done, make sure you kill it,
    fast, because at your current level, you can get killed by the Radscorpion
    pretty easily.
    
    After that, drop the Mantis Leg (doing so will make so it has no exp. value),
    pick it up and put it into the scorpion and take it back out.  Then proceed
    with the glitch as normal.
    
    Between the three glitched ways, the "Mantis Leg" glitch is fastest way to get
    to level 30 and is better of the two alteratives for the perk doubling glitch.
    The "That Lucky Old Sun" glitch is the best way to get to level 30 because of
    the Doctor's Bags you get for when you cripple Limbs, which is important for
    Hardcore Mode due to the fact that limbs can only be healed by Doctor's Bags.
    And the "Run Goodsprings Run" glitch is good for you want to double your perks
    and hit level 30 without having to remove the patches.
    
    By the way, as a third alternative, you can get them all legit by doing all
    the quests you can get your hands on.  I know it was a lot longer than what
    was when I first posted this and updated it with new DLC stuff, but hey I put
    up more tricks you can use to glitch your way to level 30 right?
    
    4. Ol' Buddy Ol' Pal
    Description: Recruit any companion.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to The Whole Gang's Here.
    
    5. The Whole Gang's Here
    Description: Recruit all companions.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: There are 8 compaions to recruit.  They go by Arcade Gannon (Followers
    of the Apocalypse), Craig Boone (Former NCR member), ED-E (Enclave), Lily
    Bowen (Super Mutant), Raul Tejada (Ghoul), Rex (CyberDog), Rose of Sharon
    Cassidy (or Cass for short), and Veronica Santangelo (Brotherhood of Steel).
    Here's a link to a guide below telling you how to recruit all of the
    companions.
    
    www.xbox360achievements.org/forum/showthread.php?t=266999&highlight=Companion
    
    This guide was written by Kester of xbox360achievements.org.
    
    Update: This one's glitched in both good and bad ways.  The bad way is that
    the some companions can glitch out on you (i.e. Rex the CyberDog if you
    recruit the Enclave Eyeball ED-E 1st).  Don't know if it's been fixed though.
    As for how this is glitched in a good way: If you were to rescue/recruit Raul
    Tejada from Black Mountain, you can pretty much recruit him over and over
    again until it unlocks.  Here's how:
    
    1. Rescue Raul Tejada from Black Mountain and ask him to join you.
    
    2. Talk to him and fire him.  He'll ask you if you're sure, tell him yes.
    He'll then make his way back to his shack.
    
    3. Discover the place.  It'll be somewhere between the New Vegas clinic and
    the Brotherhood of Steel Safehouse.  If you found the place already, just Fast
    Travel their.
    
    4. Enter his Shack and re-recruit him.  Just to make sure this glitch works,
    take him outside.  You might not have to do this part of the step, but I did
    it that way, just to be safe.
    
    5. Fire him again and he'll teleport back to his shack.
    
    6. Repeat the last 2 steps until it pops.
    
    I can confirm that this works on the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of this game
    (the former I tested this on (was playing the Ultimate Edition at the time)
    and the latter's site of a similar name where I 1st discovered this glitch);
    I'm not too sure about the PC version, but I don't see why it wouldn't work in
    that version.  I didn't think it worked at first, but I must have recruited
    him 6 times and not realized it, because I only ever have recruited Veronica
    prior to the glitch and when I recruited Lilly for a side-quest (thinking the
    glitch didn't work), it popped.
    
    6. Crafty
    Description: Craft 20 items.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one seems ridiculous, but it's actually easy as hell.  If you took
    the time to do the Back at the Sattle intro quest, you should have more then
    enough ammo to get this.  Find a reloading station (there's one at GoodSprings
    at the side of the weapons shop), and breakdown 20+ ammo (breaking down stuff
    counts as crafting) and you'll unlock this.
    
    7. Mod Machine
    Description: Install 20 weapon mods.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: I can't understand why Bethesda Softworks thought this was a good idea,
    because weapons such as guns are good enough without the weapon mods, but I
    guess it's better than the orignal verion of this (see part 6 to know what I'm
    talking about).  Anyway, you need to find 20 weapon mods for various weapons
    and install them.  You can buy them at various shops, but only if you have the
    money to pay for them.  It'll unlock once weapon mod number 20 has been
    installed.
    
    8. Walker of the Mojave
    Description: Discover 50 locations.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Master of the Mojave.
    
    9. Master of the Mojave
    Description: Discover 125 locations.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: I'm not sure how to explain this, but here goes.  There are way more
    locations in the game then the number that's required for each
    achievement/trophy, but it you will not likely to get 125 locations before the
    end of your final playthrough.  You just need to roam around the wasteland
    until you hit the number of locations needed for each achievement/trophy.
    Having the Explorer perk can and will help out with this, as it shows you all
    the locations in the game.
    
    10. Globe Trotter
    Description: Discover all snow globes.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: There are 7 Snowglobes to find in the game.  You don't need the add-on
    snowglobes, unless it's for the sake of having an entire collection.  You
    don't need to sell them to anyone either, just find them.  Using in-game mods
    I read can disable this achievement/trophy (rather this is a glitch I don't
    know, but to be safe, don't do Mod Machine before you find the snowglobes).
    Here are the locations for all of them for the main game.
    
    1. Goodsprings - You'll find this in Goodsprings Cemetery on a grave where you
    were "killed" at.  It'll be the one with all the rubble on it.
    
    2. Hoover Dam - You'll find this on the welcome desk when you first walk in.
    
    3. Mormon Fort - You'll find this in Old Mormon Fort in a tower to your right.
    It'll be upstairs on a shelf.
    
    4. Mt. Charleston - This one's in Jacobstown.  When you enter Jacobtown lodge,
    it'll be sitting on the reception desk.
    
    5. Nellis AFB - You can find this one in Nellis Air Force Base inside the
    Nellis Boomer Museum.  It'll be to your right when you enter the Museum.
    
    6. Test Site - This one can be found in the Lucky 38 casino.  Take an elevator
    to the cocktail lounge.  It'll be behind a cash register with a green lamp
    next to it.
    
    7. The Strip - This one's at Valut 21 in the vegas strip.  You'll find it in
    a lock pick-able room (you need a lock pick skill of at least 50 in order to
    enter it).
    
    Here's a Youtube video in case you run into any trouble finding them.  This
    video belongs to Yoteslaya of Youtube.
    
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVhlVCPo-8s
    
    Note: I have not included the DLC snowglobes, because as mentioned before,
    they are not required for the achievement/trophy.  If you want me to include
    them however, ask me to do so, and they will be up when the next update comes.
    
    11. You Run Barter Town
    Description: Sell 10,000 caps worth of goods.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one seems drawn out, but it's actually not that bad (especially if
    you exploited the bug mentioned 8 achievements/trophies ago, as that will make
    this somewhat easier).  Despite what the Description says, you can buy stuff
    as well, and it'll count towards the achievement/trophy.
    
    12. Blast Mastery
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Energy Weapons.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: For all the damage achievements/trophies, you must make sure you do at
    least 10,000 points worth of damage with all of the weapons (or in the case of
    Explosives, bombs).  This one is for Energy Weapons.  Here's a link below for
    how to get all the damage achievements/trophies plus the healing ones.
    
    http://www.xbox360achievements.org/forum/showthread.php?t=270787
    
    Warring: If you use this method with Explosives, make sure you don't cause
    splash damage (it happends sometimes) or people will attack you.  A
    work-around for this is to make a save before you fight the Giant
    Radscorpions, and reload if you somehow cause splash damage.  Other
    work-arounds are listed in the link.  I was using a Missle Launcher and some
    Dynamite when I got number 13 and I seem to cause splash damage with the
    Dynamite, and caused no splash damage with the Missle Launcher at all.
    
    13. Love the Bomb
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Explosives.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Blast Mastery.  This one requries you to do 10,000 points
    worth of damage with Bombs.  Bombs like the C4 explosives and a Missle
    Launcher, as well as having a high explosives skill will help you here.
    
    14. Lead Dealer
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Guns.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Blast Mastery.  This one requries you to do 10,000 points
    worth of damage with Guns.  You'll most likely get this as you progress
    through the game, but if by some miracle you don't, you could use the link
    mentioned in Blast Mastery to finish the job.
    
    15. No Tumbler Fumbler
    Description: Pick 25 locks.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Hack the Mojave, but this one's easier compared to that
    achievement/trophy (again refer to that achievment/trophy to know why).  You
    could (in theory) take the Infiltrator perk and force your way through the
    lock and if it fails just lock pick like normal.  However, I'm not sure if
    forcing yourself on the lock successfully counts for this achievement/trophy.
    
    16. Stim-ply Amazing
    Description: Heal 10,000 points of damage with Stimpaks.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: The amount of points to heal is reather high, but it's reasonable
    compaired to Desert Survivalist.  Anyway, you just need to heal yourself with
    stimpacks and that's it.  If you exploited the bug mentioned in The Boss (and
    you should but up to you) you will have over 500 stimpacks making this
    achievement a breeze as long as you don't beat the final game and you take
    damage all the time.  You can use the trick mentioned in Dersert Survivalist
    if you really want to speed this up, but you most likely get this as you go
    through the story, especially if you exploited that bug.  Even if you didn't,
    having Arcade Gandon (he has the Better Healing perk), a High Medicine skill
    and the Fast Metabolism perk will speed this up.
    
    17. New Vegas Samurai
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Melee Weapons.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Blast Mastery.  This one requries you to do 10,000 points
    worth of damage with Melee Weapons.  Melee Weapons such as Thermic lance,
    Chainsaw, Oh, Baby!, Super sledge, and Knock-Knock will help you here. 
    
    18. Jury Rigger
    Description: Repair 30 items.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: I don't see why Bethesda Softworks thought this achievement/trophy was
    a good idea either, because you can always buy your weapons.  Then again, we
    might not have the caps to pay for the weapons.  Still, it's not like we can't
    trade stuff like Stimpacks and Doctor's Bags to traders in order to reduce the
    price we pay for our weapons.  At any rate, this one is not to bad, though I
    do feel it could have been a bit more reasonable.  You just need to repair 30
    items and that's it.  Having the perk of the same name, will make this
    achievement much easier, though I didn't need it because I got it during the
    final mission of my NCR playthrough, and I planed to get this during my Yes
    Man siding playthrough (which was the playthrough I planed on doing last).
    
    19. Hack the Mojave
    Description: Hack 25 terminals.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one's harder to do them No Tumbler Fumbler, because there are
    fewer computers to hack them then there are locks to pick.  Generally (but not
    always), there will be a computer to hack and a lock to pick like a safe next
    to each other.  In that situation, make sure that both skills are high enough
    (preferably at 100 each), hack the computer first, and when your successful,
    back out and pick the lock.  Since there are so few computers, I'll be nice
    and give you a link that has a list of all of the computers you can hack.
    Keep in mind though that some of them make you have Bad Karma, so choose your
    computers carefully (unless you don't care how much bad karma you get since
    there are no karma achievements/trophies from Fallout 3 (thank ******* god)).
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Hack_the_Mojave
    
    Note: Having the Computer Whiz perk can and will help you with this, because
    you can guess incorrectly 4 times in a row, and still hack the computer.
    
    AllChristophe found an Exploit that if you redo any test at the X-8 Research
    Center, the two turrent control terminals there (one easy and the other
    average) reset once you complete the test (assuming that you hacked into them
    already).
    
    20. Artful Pocketer
    Description: Pick 50 pockets.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: If your like me, you are not a fan of pick pocketing, so this one is a
    bit ridiculous.  Having a High Sneak skill as well as a Stealth Boy will help
    you out here.  Having Lily in your party (she has the Stealth Girl perk) will
    make the Stealth Boys last even longer, which is good since there's so few
    Stealth Boys laying around the wasteland (I knew of 2 locations at the time).
    Thankfully, this doesn't mean that you have to pick the pockets of 50 people.
    You can pick 50 bullets (one at a time) from 1 person and it'll count has
    having one pocket picked.  The trick I just mentioned requires you to be in
    Hardcore mode however.  There is glitch you can exploit to get your 50 Pick
    Pockets really fast (you may have to clear your system's cashe however).  If
    you head on over to if you head into the Strip (no, the casino Strip you
    pervert) and head into Valut 21, Sarah Weintraub has a pack of Bubble Gum you
    can pick pocket over and over again.  Reguardless of what you do (Exploit or
    Legit) make sure you save before you pick pocket someone and every time you
    make a successful pick pocket (even if you have a Stealth Boy equiped).  The
    reason for this is that it's really hard to pick pocket someone successfully
    (at least from my experience) and is not wise to push your luck if you do make
    a successful pick pocket attempt happend.
    
    21. Outstanding Orator
    Description: Make 50 Speech challenges.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This ones not too bad, but you will most likely not even be close to
    50 by the time you are warned that this is the point of no return unless you
    took the time to do the sidequests and DLC content avaiable to you.  Anything
    that as a Skill check, a S.P.E.C.I.A.L. check, or perk check in dialogue also
    counts as a "Speech" Check and not just the Speech skill alone is affected by
    this achievement/trophy like it was in Fallout 3.
    
    22. Desert Survivalist
    Description: Heal 10,000 points of damage with food.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: The amount of points to heal could have been lowered for this one since
    you don't eat that much food in the game other than through Hardcore mode.
    Anyway, if you followed the advice of the link I gave you for Blast Mastery,
    you should have looted 170 Rad Scorpion Glands off of all the Giant Rad
    Scorpions you faced.  You give all of them to Ruby Nash (the Black lady in a
    casino at Primm) and she'll make 170 of her Casseroles (5 at a time) for you
    to eat.  Then find a lake to drown yourself in (any lake will do and trust me
    on this), and when you suffer enough drowning damage, eat all of the
    Casseroles and it'll unlock when you eat the last few.  Otherwise, having a
    high Survival skill and having Arcade Gandon with you will speed this up.
    
    23. Old-Tyme Brawler
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Unarmed weapons.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Blast Mastery.  This one requries you to do 10,000 points
    worth of damage with Unarmed Weapons.  Unarmed Weapons like the Ballistic fist
    as well as a high Unarmed Skill will help you here. 
    
    Note: Your fists are considered unarmed weapons, so you can go completely
    unarmed for this if you wish.
    
    24. Know When to Fold Them
    Description: Win 3 games of Caravan.
    Achievement Points: 50G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Caravan Master.
    
    25. One Armed Bandit
    Description: Play 10 spins of Slots.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to The Courier Who Broke the Bank.
    
    26. Little Wheel
    Description: Play 10 spins of Roulette.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to The Courier Who Broke the Bank.
    
    27. Double Down
    Description: Play 10 hands of Blackjack.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to The Courier Who Broke the Bank.
    
    28. Caravan Master
    Description: Win 30 games of Caravan.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: For this one, you need to follow the description and win 30 Caravan
    games.  It doesn't have to be in a row, but it does help.  I would suggest
    playing against Ringo at GoodSprings (or Crimson Caravan Camp if you did a
    sidequest for him) since he gives you a deck of Caravan Cards for you to play
    Caravan with, he will play with you as many times as you wish and he seems to
    be the easiest person to win against.  Here's a guide writen by jken324 below
    that explains what goes on in Caravan.
    
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/959557-fallout-new-vegas/faqs/61184
    
    Alternatively, you can use this link below.  This was made by the Fallout
    Wiki.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Caravan_Master
    
    Also, you could use this link for a video showing you a sure-fire way to win
    Caravan 30 times.  This video was made by ChcBrs85 of Youtube.
    
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkqdGuJFuuk
    
    Note: The Fallout Wiki guide for Caravan, jken324's Caravan guide and
    ChcBrs85's video guide to winning Caravan mention that you can discard as many
    times as you wish in your first turn.  That is actually a bug, because you are
    not suppose to discard any cards at all during your first turn.  The first two
    sources do take note of this however.  This bug will be fixed when a patch
    comes out, so you may have to clear your system's cache in order to exploit
    this when that patch comes.
    
    29. The Courier Who Broke the Bank
    Description: Get banned from all the Strip's casinos.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: I would sugget stacking this with achievements/trophies 25 through 27
    since you are going to play a lot of Blackjack, Roulette and Slots anyway.
    You just need to keep playing until the repersentive of the casino decides you
    are not welcomed as a gambler anymore.  I heared not taking the rewards they
    give you (or the game skiping them over completely) will cause this not to
    unlock.  Here are the amounts you have to reach in order for them to ban you
    from the casino (there are three of them by the way, the Lucky 38 one doesn't
    count):
    
    Ultra-Luxe - 15,000
    The Tops - 10,000 
    Gomorrah - 9,000
    
    Once you get banned from your last casino, the achievement/trophy will unlock.
    Having your luck at 10 can and will help you out here.
    
    30. Hardcore
    Description: Play the game from start to finish in Hardcore Mode.
    Achievement Points: 100G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: Missable if you don't turn it on after "Ain't That a Kick in the Head"
    or if you turn it off at anytime during the game.  It seems that when this
    guide was posted, I forgot to include a full guide to this, so here it is.
    
    All Hardcore Mode does is add realism (if you can call death by lack of sleep
    that), so you need to keep a healthy stock of Food and Water, and sleep every
    so often.  Also, you can only heal crippled limbs through Doctor's Bags, and
    not Stimpacks like you would outside of Hardcore Mode.  Finally, your allies
    can die in Hardcore Mode, instead of being "KOed".  This is not all Hardcore
    mode does, these are just the ones I noticed.
    
    Update: There is one more thing I noticed about what Hardcore Mode does, and I
    wasn't even playing on Hardcore Mode.  Any and all bullets you come across in
    the game has weight.  This means you can't carry an unrealistic amount of
    bullets like you would outside of Hardcore Mode.
    
    31. Ain't That a Kick in the Head
    Description: Complete Ain't That a Kick in the Head.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Story-related, so it can't be missed.  This will be the first
    achievement/trophy you'll get, no matter how you plan on going about getting
    100% of all achievements/trophies.  All your doing is creating your character,
    and once you opt for Hardcore mode (or not), it'll unlock.
    
    32. They Went That-a-Way
    Description: Complete They Went That-a-Way.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: What I said about this was incorrect.  It is Story-related, but it
    actually can't be missed as it'll unlock reguardless.  The quest will end at
    either Boulder City (if you follow the questline) or at the Tops casino (if
    you know where to go already).
    
    33. Ring-a-Ding-Ding
    Description: Complete Ring-a-Ding-Ding.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Story-related, so it can't be missed.  You'll get this when you decide
    how you deal with Benny (the man who tried to kill you in the begining).
    
    Note: You'll still get this even if Benny manages to escape.
    
    34. The House Always Wins
    Description: Complete The House Always Wins.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Mr. House.
    His quest line has 6-8 parts not including his final mission and You'll Know
    It When It Happens.
    
    35. For the Republic
    Description: Completed For the Republic.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with NCR.  Their
    quest line has about 4 parts not including their final mission.
    
    36. Render Unto Caeser
    Description: Completed Render Unto Caeser.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Caeser's
    Legion.  Their quest line has about 3 parts not including their final mission.
    
    37. Wild Card
    Description: Completed Wild Card.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Yes Man.
    His quest line has about 5 parts not including his final mission and You'll
    Know It When It Happens.
    
    38. All or Nothing
    Description: Complete All or Nothing.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Mr. House.
    Finish his final mission and the game will end with Mr. House ruling New Vegas
    still (he was in charge of New Vegas to begin with).
    
    39. Veni, Vidi, Vici
    Description: Completed Veni, Vidi, Vici.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Caeser's
    Legion.  Finish their final mission and the game will end with Caeser's
    Legion taking over New Vegas.
    
    40. Eureka!
    Description: Completed Eureka!
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with NCR.  Finish
    their final mission and the game will end with NCR taking over New Vegas.
    
    41. No Gods, No Masters
    Description: Complete No Gods, No Masters.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Story-related, but it can be missed if you don't side with Yes Man.
    Finish his final mission and the game will end with New Vegas Independent.
    
    42. Come Fly With Me
    Description: Complete Come Fly With Me.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission ends when you activate the rockets.  This does not care who you side
    with in the end.
    
    43. Talent Pool
    Description: Complete Talent Pool.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission ends when manage to get all of the targets to perform at the Tops
    casino.  This sidequest does not care who you side with in the end.
    
    44. Return to Sender
    Description: Complete Return to Sender.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission ends when successfully confront Chief Hanlon.
    
    Update: I somehow failed to confront Chief Hanlon successfully during my Yes
    Man playthrough and still got this, so I don't think it matters how successful
    you are at confronting Chief Hanlon, you just need to confront him.  I've
    known about this a long time ago, I just didn't take the time to update the
    guide with this infomation.
    
    45. Arizona Killer
    Description: Completed Arizona Killer.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission ends when you kill NCR's president.
    
    Note: This is the a side mission that is only given by Caeser's Legion.
    
    46. You'll Know It When It Happens
    Description: Completed You'll Know It When It Happens.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission is the opposite of "Arizona Killer" where you must save NCR's
    president from his death, instead of killing him.  If you side with NCR,
    you'll get this for sure.
    
    47. G.I. Blues
    Description: Completed G.I. Blues.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  I
    don't remember how this mission ends, but let's say that the head of
    "The Kings" will owe you a favor if it ends peacefully.  You'll come across 
    this quest during your NCR playthrough.  If you side with Yes Man, you'll come
    across this quest as well.
    
    48. That Lucky Old Sun
    Description: Complete That Lucky Old Sun.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  The
    way this mission ends depends on a few factors mentioned in the guides in part
    3.  I was incorrect when I said that quest was free of fractions.  Helios One
    belongs to the NCR and if you are on bad terms with them (as in hated or
    worse), then there's a good chance that you won't be able to do this quest.
    Reguardless, this quest doesn't care who you side with in the end.
    
    49. Volare!
    Description: Complete Volare!
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a walkthrough.  This
    mission ends when you talk to Pearl after rasing the plane.
    
    50. The Legend of the Star
    Description: Complete The Legend of the Star.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: What you actually have to do for this is to complete A Valuable Lesson.
    To get that Side Quest, you must obtain at least 50 Star Bottle Caps for The
    Legend of the Star quest.  Once you turn that in, it'll say that you failed
    the Legend of the Star quest.  Don't have a painc attack, it's suppose to
    happend.  Other than that, refer to one of the links mentioned in part 3 for a
    walkthrough.  The "A Valuable Lesson" side quest ends when you clam your
    prize (which is 1500 Bottle Caps).
    
    Update: I was looking at a Youtube video for this game for some random reason
    and I noticed that the player picked up a tape and the quest ends itself, so I
    believe you might just have to pick up the tape and get this.  Also, their is
    two other prizes I forgot to mention when I posted this.  You'll also find an
    Energy Weapon called the Pew Pew and quite a few deputy badges.  I'm sure this
    info is well known at this point, but I just thought I update the guide with
    the info.
    
    51. Platinum Trophy
    Description: Acquire all the other 50 Trophies for this Trohpy
    Achievement Points: N/A
    Trophy Color: Platinum
    Guide: This Trophy is for PS3 Players only.  You get this when you have all
    the other Trophies (this dosen't seem to include the DLC trophies though).
    
    
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    -    Part 5: The Game's DLC Achievements/Trophies and How to unlock them     -
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    DLC A: Dead Money
    Cost: Xbox 360: 800 MSP
          PS3: $9.99
          PC: $10.00
    
    Here's a walkthrough for this DLC below in case you happend to run into any
    trouble.  The walkthrough starts off with the Sierra Madre Grand Opening! DLC
    quest.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Sierra_Madre_Grand_Opening!
    This was made be the Fallout Wiki.
    
    1. Assemble Your Crew
    Description: Recruit Dean Domino, Christine and Dog.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You'll get this when you
    (as the description suggests) recruit Dean Domino (the Ghoul), Christine (the
    vocal-less human), and God/Dog (the Nightskin).
    
    2. Having a Ball
    Description: Completed the Sierra Madres Gala Event.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  I was incorrect when I said
    that you get this when you beat Dead Money.  You actually get this when you
    complete the Trigger the Gala Event Dead Money quest.
    
    3. Cash Out
    Description: Confronted Father Elijah in the Sierra Madre's Vault.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: DLC story-related, but it can be missed.  You'll get this when you kill
    Elijah.
    
    4. Safety Deposit Box
    Description: Trapped Father Elijah in the Sierra Madre's Vault.
    Achievement Points: 40G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: DLC story-related, but it can be missed.  You'll get this when you
    manage to escape the Vault without getting caught by Elijah, traping him in
    the process.
    
    Note: You can't get this and Cash Out in the same time, but if you reload your
    save from the point that you touch the terminal, you can get them both in one
    run of Dead Money.
    
    5. Sierra Souvenir Aficionado
    Description: Collected 500 Sierra Madre Chips.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: This can be missed, but it's not likely that you will.  You need to get
    500 Sierra Madre Chips over the course of the DLC.  If you don't think you will
    collect 500 Chips before the DLC ends, You can get the Coin Operator Perk from
    Christine via Dialouge, but only if you have Perception at 6 the lowest, and
    at least 6 Intelligence, and you were nice to her.  You need at least 1
    Fission Battery, and 2 Scrap Metals to make the Chips (which will net you 50
    Chips each time you combine them).  Alternatively, if you can find the Sierra
    Madre SnowGlobe, you'll get 2000 Chips from it, which is more then enough to
    get this achievement/trophy.  You don't need 500 Chip on you at once, just at
    one point during the DLC (before and after).  Honestly, I'm quite surpised
    number for this wasn't higher (2 or 3 times that would have been a reasonable
    challenge).
    
    
    DLC B: Honest Hearts
    Cost: Xbox 360: 800 MSP
          PS3: $9.99
          PC: $10.00
    
    Here's a walkthrough for this DLC below in case you happend to run into any
    trouble.  The walkthrough starts off with the Happy Trails Expedition DLC
    quest.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Happy_Trails_Expedition
    This was made be the Fallout Wiki.
    
    1. May my Hand Forget its Skill
    Description: Evacuated Zion
    Achievement Points: 40G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: For this and O Daughter of Babylon, you'll have to talk to Daniel
    about whether he should get everyone out of Zion or fight the White Legs.
    Both achievements/trophies are DLC-story related, but you can't get both of
    them in the same time.  However, if you reload your save from before you made
    your choice, you can get both of them in one run of Honest Hearts.  For this
    achievement/trophy, say that leaving Zion is the best option.
    
    2. In a Foreign Land
    Description: Scouted the Zion Valley for signs of the White Legs.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: I learned that this achievement/trophy is part of the DLC story, so
    don't worry about not getting this.  You'll get this when you talk to Daniel
    after completing the following quests:
    
    A. The Grand Staircase
    B. The Advance Scouts
    C. The Treacherous Road
    D. River Monsters
    
    3. O Daughter of Babylon
    Description: Crushed the White Legs.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Refer to May my Hand Forget its Skill, but this time, tell him that it
    would be to his interest to fight the White Legs.
    
    4. When We Remembered Zion
    Description: Arrived at Zion.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You'll get this when you
    journy into Zion and begin the DLC.
    
    5. Restore Our Fortunes
    Description: Resupplied Daniel and the Sorrows.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You'll get this when you
    deliver the goods you found through Zion to Daniel.
    
    
    DLC C: Old World Blues
    Cost: Xbox 360: 800 MSP
          PS3: $9.99
          PC: $10.00
    
    Here's a walkthrough for this DLC below in case you happend to run into any
    trouble.  The walkthrough starts off with the Midnight Science Fiction
    Feature! DLC quest.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Midnight_Science_Fiction_Feature!
    This was made by the Fallout wiki.
    
    1. Cardiac Arrest!
    Description: Recovered X-13 cardiac regulator sneaky suit.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze 
    Guide: This one's part of the DLC story, so it can't be missed.  You get this
    as part of a sidequest called "X-13: Attack of the Infiltrator!".
    
    2. Make up Your Mind
    Description: Made up your Mind... about your brain.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: DLC story-related, but I'm not sure if you can miss this right now.  I
    managed to get this on my first try, but like I said I'm not 100% sure if this
    can be missed.  Anyway, you get this IF you manage to make your brain come
    back with you.
    
    There seems to be a bug at that point of the DLC story however.  When you are
    talking to your brain, there's a certain dialog option that makes two dialog
    phases "Jason Bright and his followers blasting of into the vast unknown" and
    "HELIOS one coming back on line" repeat over and over again.  This only
    happends if you happend to complete Come Fly With Me and That Lucky Old Sun
    quests.  This seems to happend in the Xbox 360 version of this DLC, but it
    might also happend in the PC and PS3 versions.
    
    3. Making Friends
    Description: Reactivated all of the Sink's robotic assistance.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: This can be missed, but you can come back to this DLC after you beat
    it, so you can't trully miss this.  You need to restore all ten of the Sink's
    personality units.  Here are the locations for each one:
    
    The Sink Central Intelligence Unit: This Personality Chip is given to you in
    the initial dialogue with the Think Tank.
    
    Note: You must install this before you are allowed to install any other
    personality chips.
    
    The Auto-Doc: This Personality Chip is located in the Y-17 Medical Facility.
    
    The Biological Research Station: This Personality Chip is located in the X-22
    Botanical Garden.
    
    The Book Chute: This Personality Chip is located in Home #101 of Higg's
    Village.
    
    The Jukebox: This Personality Chip is located in Home #108 of Higg's Village.
    
    The Light Switch 01: This Personality Chip is located in the X-2 Antenna
    Transmitter Array.
    
    The Light Switch 02: This Personality Chip is located in the Big MT North
    Tunnel.
    
    Muggy: This Personality Chip is located outside the Securitron De-Construction
    Plant on the back of the army truck.
    
    The Sink (Not the Central Intelligence, the actual Sink in The Sink): This
    Personality Chip is located in the Magnetohydraulics Complex.
    
    The Toaster: This Personality Chip is located in the Cuckoo's Nest.
    
    Thank you Tracker4502 of Xbox360achievements.org's Old World Blues achievement
    guide for this list.
    
    4. Outsmarted
    Description: Completed 'Old World Blues'.
    Achievement Points: 35G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: This one's DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You get this when
    you beat this DLC.
    
    5. Spinal-Tapped
    Description: Recovered X-8 vertebrae-pulse-de-sensitizer frequency.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one's part of the DLC story, so it can't be missed.  You get this
    as part of a sidequest called "X-8: High School Horror!".
    
    
    DLC D: Lonesome Road
    Cost: Xbox 360: 800 MSP
          PS3: $9.99
          PC: $10.00
    
    Here's a walkthrough for this DLC below in case you happend to run into any
    trouble.  The walkthrough starts off with the "The Reunion" DLC quest.
    
    http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/The_Reunion
    This was made by the Fallout wiki.
    
    1. ED-Ecated
    Description: Found all of ED-E's upgrades in the Divide
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one can be missed, but you can still come back to this DLC because
    of the Fast Travel system placed when this game was created, so you can't
    trully miss this (thanks Marc Voltaire for the indirect correction about the
    Fast Travel part and direct correction on the fact that this can't be missed
    completely).  For this one, you need upgrade all of ED-E, your companion in
    this DLC.  As far as I know, you need to have the DLC ED-E with you when you
    pick up these upgrades, though, if the DLC ED-E is taken from you due to a
    choice at the end of this DLC, the one from the main game can still recive the
    upgrades you pick up (again Marc Voltaire is to be credited for this).  I've
    found the locations of all of the upgrades thanks to the Fallout Wiki.  Here
    are the locations taken from that Wiki.  Note that they don't nessarly appear
    in this order.
    
    One is located in the Hopeville Silo Bunker; in the hallway just after you
    unlock the silo doors.
    
    One is located in the Hopeville Missile Base HQ; under a desk. 
    
    One is located in the Ashton Silo Control Station behind a locked door; this 
    door can be unlocked by hacking the terminal (hard) found next to it.
    
    One is found in the Municipal Sewers connected to the Third Street Municipal
    Building offices.
    
    One is found between the Third Street Municipal Building and the Cave of the
    Abaddon, just behind a Warhead that you will need to detonate (southeast of
    the Cave entrance, up a flag-marked beam to the left of pipe down).
    
    2. Condemned to repeat it
    Description: Decided the fate of all the Divide dwellers
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: This one's DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You get this when
    you complete "The Lanuch".
    
    3. Hometown Hero
    Description: Completed Lonesome Road
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: This one's DLC story-related, so it can't be missed.  You get this when
    you beat this DLC.
    
    4. Rocket's Red Glare
    Description: Fully upgraded The Divide's signature weapon
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: My first imprestion of this achievement/trophy is that... well... just
    read the reenactment below and you'll figure it out real quick.
    
    *Reenactment*
    
    What the ****!  This is practically Mod Machine all over again, except it's
    only one weapon, but it has to be fully upgraded!  What were the sons of
    ******* at Bethesda Softworks thinking!?!  How can they even bring themself to
    do this again!?!
    
    */Reenactment*
    
    As you can tell, I was pretty ticked off when I first saw this on the Fallout
    Wiki.  I mean, if you take a look at the achievement/trophy picture on the
    Wiki for this, it resembles the picture from the Mod Machine
    achievement/trophy.  Anyway, the actual guide.
    
    You can purchase these upgrades from the shops across the DLC, but they are
    expensive, even with your Barter Skill at 100.  If history of Mod Machine
    achievement/trophy repeats itself, purchasing these upgrades might be the only
    way to get this achievement/trophy.  You'll find the weapon itself at the
    Marked Man Camp.  This can be missed if you don't pick the Red Glare Missle
    Launcher at all, but that's unlikely.  From what I read on the Fallout Wiki,
    it seems that you only need to purchase the upgrades for this to unlock, but
    I can't say for certain if this is true or not.
    
    5. Warhead Hunter
    Description: Detonated all of the warheads in the Divide
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: This one can be missed, but you can still come back to this DLC because
    of the Fast Travel system placed when this game was created, so you can't
    trully miss this (thanks Marc Voltaire for the indirect correction about the
    Fast Travel part and direct correction on the fact that this can't be missed
    completely).  For this one, you'll need the Laser Commander.  To blow a
    Warhead, find one (obiously), make sure you have the thing equiped, and fire
    at it.  There are 30 Warheads in all.  You will find a good number of them as
    you go through the game.  Here are all of the locations for all of the
    Warheads taken from the Fallout Wiki.
    
    Before Collapsed Overpass Tunnel Entrance - 5
    
    1. (Required) After retrieving the Laser detonator in the Marked Men Camp, you
    have to blow up a warhead on a truck bed to leave the area.
    
    2. Head back to the Hopeville Missile Silo Bunker exit. In front of the
    barracks that is across from the destitute gas station is another warhead.
    
    3. Following the path to the Collapsed Overpass Tunnel Entrance, it branches
    before entering the ruined city area. Among the bunkers off the right side of
    the right path is the warhead.
    
    4. In the very southeastern-most corner of the Marked Men-run ruined city
    you'll find another warhead in the center of the broken-down trucks and
    vehicles.
    
    5. Just before the Collapsed Overpass Tunnel Entrance is a warhead. Right in
    plain view.
    
     
    Before Ashton Silo Control Station - 4
    
    1. After getting attacked by the first group of Marked Men past the Collapsed
    Overpass Tunnel and moving along, you'll start being fired upon by some more
    in the distance.  Below their building and the path to The Crow's Nest is a
    warhead.
    
    2. The next warhead is found in the middle of the Ruined Highway Interchange
    area, surrounded by deathclaws.
    
    3. As you near the end of the highway, you'll come across a fork. Take the
    right path that heads downward toward a collapsed tunnel and a ruined vehicle.
    A warhead is near the "Smitty's Diner" sign, near the Junction 7 Rest Stop.
    
    4. After the last warhead, now take the left fork. When you come upon the
    Marked Men camp, head to the southeast.  Tucked in with the rocks behind a
    truck is a warhead.
    
     
    The Courier's Mile (unlocked after setting off nuke at Ashton Silo Control
    Station) - 2
    
    1. As you enter the area, you'll see a fork. As you take the right one, you'll
    be able to see a warhead up ahead in the distance among the destroyed
    buildings behind the deathclaws.
    
    2. Back and along the left road, you'll come to a path and a clearing on your
    left full of Marked Men. Tucked away in the back with the ruined buildings is
    a warhead.
    
     
    Before the Cave of the Abaddon - 5
    
    1. As you exit the Ashton Silo on the Sunstone Tower rooftop, head to and peek
    down over the western edge. Below, on the left-hand side of a large white "On
    Solid Ground!" billboard near a large, collapsed building you'll see a
    warhead.
    
    2. On the opposite side of the same billboard from the last warhead is
    another.
    
    3. (Required) From Sunstone Tower, head southwest. Tucked between the boulders
    is a warhead you have to detonate to continue along.
    
    4. Head around to the right from the last warhead. Up among the rubble on your
    right, you'll see only the tip of a buried warhead sticking out.
    
    5. (Required) Head northwest from the last warhead. You'll see another warhead
    wedged in-between the rocks.
    
     
    Before Ulysses' Temple - 8
    
    1. After reaching the Boxwood Hotel Roof, head southeast.  Behind a pipe
    gushing water you'll find the den of Rawr the deathclaw.  One is embedded in
    the ceiling.
    
    2. After defeating Rawr, another is used to leave the den.
    
    Note: There is a way you can get both of these without having to fight Rawr
    the Deathclaw.
    
    *In writer's head*
    
    Really?  This deathclaw appears without the Wild Wasteland trait?  It really
    should be, because that name's a bit too silly to not be programed into Wild
    Wasteland.
    
    */In writer's head*
    
    The name of this Deathclaw is a bit silly, but it's no joke when it comes to
    combat (or so I read in the wiki), but I didn't have to fight it thanks to
    this little trick.  You have to be willing to take Damage, have your limbs
    crippled, and take in Radiation if you rather not fight this Deathclaw.
    
    Anyway, blast the first Warhead as normal, then walk into the cave until the
    cave enterence gets blocked.  That will make the assumed to be dead Deathclaw
    come to life.  Then get out of the Deathclaw's line of sight before it catches
    you (Anyone who took on a Deathclaw (provoked or no) would know how fight
    happy these guys are), then blast away.  After that run out of there, heal
    yourself up and you just got out of Rawr the Deathclaw's cave without having
    to kill the Deathclaw.  I did this a while back, but I haven't tooken the time
    to update the guide with this.
    
    3. (Required) Further along from the last two, at the base of a ruined
    building where some Marked Men are shooting from you'll spot a warhead.
    
    4. After passing under the building using the path created from the last
    warhead, look up and to the right. In the distance (above the entrance to the
    Waste Disposal Station area) you'll see a warhead sitting next to a Marked Man
    sniping at you.
    
    5. (Required) Head south from the toppled building. Around another gushing
    pipe, up among rocks, you'll find one.
    
    6. After detonating the previous warhead, a path leading up will be created.
    After climbing up, you'll be atop the toppled over building. Going around to
    the right will take you up to the entrance of the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
    The warhead is on the rocks to the left of this entrance.
    
    7. Look out southwest from this area and you'll see one atop the nearby
    building in the farthest corner.
    
    8. High up and to the right of the entrance to Ulysses' Temple.
    
    
    Inside Ulysses' Temple - 6
    
    1. Next to you as you walk in, to the right.
    
    2. To the left as you walk in, along the wall next to large missile.
    
    3. Further to the right between two large missiles.
    
    4. Hidden in recess behind first large missile along right wall.
    
    5. Further to the left between large missiles.
    
    6. To the right of center walkway. 
    
    
    DLC E: Gun Runners' Arsenal (item pack)
    Cost: Xbox 360: 320 MSP
          PS3: $3.99
          PC: $4.00
    
    1. Up to the Challenge
    Description: Completed any three Gun Runners' Arsenal (GRA) one star (*)
    Challenges.
    Achievement Points: 20G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: Refer to Pros Only for details.  These are the one star GRA challenges
    for this achievement/trophy.  Note that none of the challenges appear in this
    order nessarlly.  Thank you AllChristophe and the Fallout Wiki for the
    challenges for each star.
    
    A. A Slave obeys
    
    B. Benefit or a Hazard
    
    C. Ne Ne Ne Ne...
    
    D. Overkill
    
    E. The Same Could Be Said of All Religious Weapons
    
    F. You Don't Belong in this World
    
    2. Combat Veteran
    Description: Completed any three Gun Runners' Arsenal (GRA) two star (**)
    Challenges.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: Refer to Pros Only for details.  These are the two star GRA challenges
    for this achievement/trophy.
    
    A. Dyin' Ain't Much of a Living
    
    B. Even a God-King can Bleed
    
    C. Historical Propriety
    
    D. Nyah! See?
    
    E. Sic Semper Tyrannis
    
    F. Talk about owned
    
    G. Vault 13's Revenge
    
    H. White Line Nightmare
    
    3. Pros Only
    Description: Completed any three Gun Runners' Arsenal (GRA) three star (***)
    Challenges.
    Achievement Points: 40G
    Trophy Color: Gold
    Guide: Each of the Gun Runners' Challenges are found in your Pip-Boy.  To take
    a look at these challenges, go to Data, scroll to Misc and hit challenges.
    This will let you look at the challenges for everything from the Main Game, to
    all the DLC add-ons including this DLC.  To scroll through various
    challenge types, hit "Next Challenge Type".   These are the three star GRA
    challenges for this achievement/trophy.
    
    A. Against All Tyrants
    
    B. Armed for Bear
    
    C. Crackerjack Timing
    
    D. Deathclaw Pro Hunter
    
    E. Man Machine Interface
    
    4. Master of the Arsenal
    Description: Caused 10,000 damage with Gun Runners' Arsenal (GRA) Weapons.
    Achievement Points: 25G
    Trophy Color: Silver
    Guide: For this one, you just need to use Gun Runners' DLC weapons and that's
    it.  You can purchase these weapons in various shops, though I can't say who
    has what, because I honestly don't know that.
    
    5. Curios and Relics
    Description: Caused 10,000 damage with unique Mojave Wasteland weapons.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    Guide: For this one, you have to do 10,000 points worth of damage with unique
    weapons of the Mojave Wasteland.  Only the unique main game weapons such as
    the 9mm Pistol Maria or the sinper rifle Gobi Campaign scout rifle count for
    this achievement/trophy.  That means you can't use DLC weapons like the .45
    Auto Pistol "A Light Shining in Darkness" from Honest Hearts nor the sniper
    rifle "Christine's COS silencer rifle" from Old World Blues and expect it
    count for this achievement/trophy.  You can use the trick mentioned in Blast
    Mastery if you need to grind this and/or Master of the Arsenal.
    
    
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    =         Part 6: Achievements/trophies removed from the final game          =
    ==============================================================================
    
    This is something new I decided to do for this guide.  This has
    achievements/trophies that were thought of at one point, but never made it to
    the final game.  Here's all five of them.
    
    
    1. Sore Loser
    Description: Kill 5 people who you have lost to in Caravan.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    This would have you kill 5 people who you lost to in Caravan in any shape and
    form.  My theory for why this was remove is that Bethesda Softworks figured
    it'll be harder to get the "Know when to fold them" and "Caravan Master"
    achievements/trophies and to stay alive long enough to get your next Caravan
    provoked kill.
    
    2. Card Shark
    Description: Kill 5 people who you have beat in Caravan.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    This is the same as Sore Loser, but this would have you kill 5 people who you
    beaten in Caravan in any shape and form.  My theory for why this was taken out
    is the same as Sore Loser.
    
    3. Mod Machine (Original)
    Description: Install all possible weapon mods.
    Achievement Points: 30G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    This was not taken out completely (although it would have been best if it
    was). Anyway, this version of Mod Machine would have you install all the
    weapon mods, and not just 20 of them like we got today.  I don't know how many
    weapon mods there are, but I guess the requirements for this was edited,
    because they figured there was no way in hell we are going to have enough caps
    to even try to do this.
    
    4. Boomer's Pride
    Description: Cause 10,000 damage with Big Guns.
    Achievement Points: 10G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    This would have you do 10,000 points worth of damage with Big Guns such as the
    Mini gun.  The reason why they thought it was a bad idea, is because Big Guns
    and Small Guns where converted to just Guns.  If that's not the only reason,
    my only other theroy for this, is that they knew there was no way we can do
    enough damage to get this.
    
    5. General Custer
    Description: Lead all your companions to their death.
    Achievement Points: 15G
    Trophy Color: Bronze
    This would have you get all recruitable people mentioned in The Whole Gang's
    Here killed in some way.  My only guess is to why this was removed is that
    it's really hard to get your allies killed, espeacially since they are willing
    to fight by your side.  Xbox Live's AllChristophe inputs that you would also
    have to be on Hardcore mode in order for your companions to get killed.
    
    
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    *                         Part 7: How to Contact me                          *
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    You have 3 Main ways of contacting me:
    
    1. Send me an E-mail
    2. Send me a message on my Gamertag on X-Box Live
    3. Send me a message on my PSN Profile
    
    My E-mail address: shadowjohn91(at)yahoo(dot)com.
    My Gamertag is Gamer364.  This can be done only through a text message on the
    Xbox 360.
    My PSN name is TurboStitch.  Like my Gamertag, this can only be done via text
    message on the PS3.
    
    E-mail or Message me if you:
    
    A. See a spelling error: I may have made spelling errors as I was writing
    this.
    
    B. Have a question that needs asking: You may have something that needs
    clearing up or something to that affect.
    
    C. Have a correction to make: I'm not 100% sure on some of the stuff mentioned
    though out the guide.
    
    D. Want to use my guide on your website: I personally have no problem
    letting you use my guide on your website, as long as you ask me first, and you
    give me credit for it.
    
    E. Think you see someone using my guide without permission: I don't like it
    when people steal my stuff (at least, not without asking me first).  I don't
    do it to other people (at least without giving other people credit for the
    idea), so why do it to me anyway?
    
    F. Have something to add-on to this or that/there's something I forgot to
    include: If there something you think I should have included, but I didn't,
    you are encouraged to send me an Email for this or that.
    
    Do note that if you do decide you want to message me, make sure if the topic
    is about Fallout: New Vegas.
    
    As of right now the only sites that have permission to use my guide:
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    permission.)
    B. Neoseeker (They have advanced permission)
    C. SuperCheats
    More to come (maybe).
    
    Don't even think about email me if you are going to send me:
    A. Hate Mail
    B. Spam
    C. Name Calling mail
    D. Barely readable/Unreadable mail
    E. Mail with mostly creative words (if you get my drift)
    
    Letter A I take offence to, because I don't send hate mail to no one.
    
    I have a Spam safeguard with yahoo, and it'll tell me if I have spam or not
    with Letter B.  Also, if I think your trying sending me spam on Xbox Live,
    don't think I won't write a complaint about you, and/or tell Microsoft on you.
    
    With letter C, I also take offence, because I get name called in school.
    
    Letter D, If your sending me an E-mail, have spell check available to you and
    you’re not sure of your spelling, then why not use it?
    
    Letter E, Unless I messed up that badly, there's really no reason for that
    anyway.
    
    All of these things can and will make me think your a bad person, when in
    reality your probably not.  All in all, just don't do it.
    
    Follow these rules, and if you add-on and/or correct something, I'll give you
    credit for it.
    
    Note: Don't get discouraged if I don't answer you right away.  Sometimes, I
    might be on the Computer and sometimes I'll be on Xbox Live.  Your best bet
    is to send both an E-mail and an Xbox Live message.  That way if I don't get
    one of your messages, I'll still be able to get the other message.  Even
    then, I might still not get your message right away.
    
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    |        Part 8: Legal Junk, Special Thanks and Other Guides I've Done       |
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    Legal Junk
    
    This guide is copyrighted and written by me.  I wrote this with the help of
    resources used and other people mentioned special thanks portion of this
    act.  It may not be redistributed nor sold for commercial purposes and/or
    profit at all, nor can it to be used in other websites without written
    permission first.
    
    
    Special Thanks
    
    Bethesda Softworks: For making this game.
    
    The Fallout Wiki: For various infomation found in their wiki.
    
    GameFAQs: For allowing my guide to be on the website.
    
    You: For taking the time to read my guide.
    
    
    Other Guides I've Done
    
    As mentioned in my Intro, this is not the only guide in my series of guides.
    Here's the link to all the other ones I've done in the past.
    
    Lost Odyssey
    Type: Achievement Guide
    Summited: 10/16/10
    www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/928334-lost-odyssey/faqs/58796
    
    Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
    Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
    Summited: 01/01/11
    www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/981370-star-wars-the-force-unleashed-ii/faqs/61570
    
    Sonic Adventure
    Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
    Summited: 01/26/11
    www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/997574-sonic-adventure/faqs/61723
    
    Mass Effect 2
    Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
    Summited: 03/09/11
    Xbox 360/PS3: www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/944907-mass-effect-2/faqs/61954
    PC Version: http://www.gamefaqs.com/pc/944906-mass-effect-2/faqs/63751
    
    Crazy Taxi
    Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
    Summited: 04/12/2011
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/997576-crazy-taxi/faqs/62155
    
    
    Well, that's the end of my guide.  This has been Gamer364, signing out.
    
    
    The End