I'm glad there are city walls

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User Info: Austendude

6 years ago#1
Now an important character or merchant won't be found dead in a land far-far away because some stupid bear walked into the city and chased the villager to death.
This happend to me in Fallout:NV recently... I was walking near the Helios 1 factory and saw Boone's guard buddy get owned by 8 radiscorpians. For those who don't know where Helios 1 is, it is like across the map from the village that guy lived in.

User Info: eston

6 years ago#2
Plus it will keep out those ****ing Mongolians

User Info: usmovers_02

6 years ago#3
Or they could have just remove spawns near cities...
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User Info: Redd_White

6 years ago#4
I think the quests givers are immortal anyway...

User Info: Austendude

6 years ago#5
^ Crearures in Skyrim have minds of their own and will like to wander around the world. But they're too supid to get passed walls..
Just think about it people, no one wants their favorite weapon merchant to be killed because a mudcrab snipped him in his sleep.

User Info: SooperUnknown

6 years ago#6
By superhuman effort, you can avoid slipping backwards for a while. But one day you'll lose a step, or drop a beat, or miss a detail and you'll be gone forever.

User Info: ScumGoat

6 years ago#7
City walls are great when it's needed for immersion. Camps, etc would be hilarious if they were massive.
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User Info: ScumGoat

6 years ago#8
Scratch that... CHEESE FOR EVERYONE!
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User Info: Staticnova

6 years ago#9
Eh? HELIOS One isn't that far from Novac at all.

But, I agree. The walls would be good for keeping in all the important things and keeping out all the troublesome things. Plus, I don't really give a crap about a couple loading screens or not being able to float.
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User Info: MRoberts88

6 years ago#10
Walls make the town look more impressive, and add to the landscape, as well as keeping important questgivers alive.
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