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FALLOUT WHO: THE LAST CHILD OF GALLIFREY 1.0 README
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LINK: http://www.fallout3nexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=14107 54mb
3. HOW TO USE
Fallout Who: Last Child of Gallifrey
Quest: The Last Child of Gallifrey
Rebuild and repair the TARDIS to its former glory.
Upgrade, maintain and fly the TARDIS across the Washington DC Wasteland and through the Space-Time Vortex to unlock secret items and bonuses to the last ship of her kind.
Lock and unlock doors and containers, bypass Terminals and take out robots from afar with this trusty piece of Gallifreyan Sonic Technology.
Pilot the Ship
Fly the TARDIS into the Heart of Time and Space, levelling up a unique Piloting Skill as you go for an extra special reward at level 10!
A New and Unique Wasteland Location
Explore the mysterious UNIT Osterhagen Facility to uncover deadly alien weaponary and top secret experimental technology.
1) Unzip all folders and files into your Fallout 3 directory
(e.g. C:\Program Files\Bethesda Softworks\Fallout 3\Data...)
2) Utilise the mod using FOMM - Fallout Mod Manager(http://sourceforge.net/projects/fomm/)
3) Load up and play
3. HOW TO USE
For full TARDIS Operational Instructions, consult the "Type 40 TARDIS Manual.doc" included with your download (A .txt file version is available from the Blogsite).
The TARDIS can be found waiting for you to the North-Eastern Borders of the Wasteland...
The Author does not give consent for the modification or alteration and distribution of this mod.
Sounds and Property are Copyright of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation)
No profit is to or has been made from the development of this project
Doctor Who, the TARDIS, Sonic Screwdriver, K9, River Song and Jack Harkness copyright BBC 1963.
TARDIS Index File information obtained via http://www.wikipedia.org
After a hefty 18 months, gigantic and massive thanks as always go to the guys over at the Nexus for their support,
and especially to my pals over at the Bethsoft forum for their continued support and advice during development.