Strap on your Pip-Boy and crack open a cold Nuka Cola, it's time for a "Fallout" quiz.
You can choose to save or destroy Megaton.
Generally considered the most advanced super mutants, the blue-skinned nightkin have been driven insane by overuse of Stealth Boys.
The first "Fallout" game is about finding and defeating the Master, but his super mutants live on.
Ghouls are alive, although they're strangely long-lived and have horribly damaged skin. Not even feral ghouls are really undead creatures.
Aim carefully when you launch a Fat Man — you don’t want to get caught in the blast radius.
You never know who's human and who's a synth.
Collecting Caravan cards is a fun side quest if you can figure out the rules to Caravan.
The New California Republic is one of a few major governments vying for control in the Wasteland.
The Forced Evolutionary Virus is a military experiment that leads to the creation of the super mutants.
GURPS stands for Generic Universal Roleplaying System, but the idea of using it in "Fallout" was discarded due to a legal disagreement between publishers.
Each Vault is intended for a different experiment to be conducted on the inhabitants. While they vary widely in nature, all of the experiments are horrifically unethical.
A dog named Dogmeat appears as a companion in most "Fallout" games.
Vault 13 is the first Vault encountered in the original "Fallout."
RobCo makes Pip-Boys and other devices in addition to robots.
Diamond City is built right on the baseball diamond in Fenway Park.
Rad-X increases radiation resistance. To get rid of radiation, you want RadAway.
Three Dog spins records and keep Wastelanders up to date on current events.
The Brotherhood of Steel can be enemies or allies, depending on which "Fallout" game you're playing and how you choose to play it.
You can restock your supplies at Rivet City — there's even a bobblehead to be found!
The Second Battle of Hoover Dam can play out several different ways, depending on which faction the player has sided with.
A few rare medicines can cure chem addiction, and you can also be cured by doctors, found in many settlements.
Grognak the Barbarian comics are collectible items in several "Fallout" games.
You and your friends found Arroyo after you're exiled from Vault 13.
The Garden of Eden Creation Kit can terraform wasteland into a lush, fertile area.
"War never changes" sounds especially poignant when spoken by Ron Perlman.
The game's primary quest is to restart Project Purity and restore clean water to the Capital Wasteland.
Sure, it's a little on the nose, but if you want help from a mysterious stranger, take the Mysterious Stranger perk.
Mr. House rules New Vegas from a sealed isolation chamber that keeps him alive.
SPECIAL stands for strength, perception, endurance…well, you get the idea.
You'll find a secret group of human cannibals in most "Fallout" games. In "New Vegas," you'll find them in the Ultra Luxe.