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The History of the World according to Fallout

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The History of the World according to Fallout

The world of Fallout poses many questions. Who created the vaults?, Why are people so horrifically mutated?, What caused the new plague and Why does everything look like it came out of the '50s? We’re about to answer all these questions and more as we journey through a brief history of the world according to Fallout.

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