It’s often said that there are 9 circles of Hell. Each have a unique form of torment based on the sins of those sent to Hell. But Dante was a liar. There is a 10th Circle of Hell. I know this because I lived it. Can You Beat Fallout 4’s Nuka World DLC Without Taking Any Damage?
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Can You Beat Fallout 4’s Nuka World DLC Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form)
I played the opening bit of Nuka World many months ago in my Commie Whacker Only video, so I had a solid idea of what I was getting myself into. To that end, I decided to go in with the same character I used in my Far Harbor video for the sake of my sanity and to keep things consistent. The save I loaded was from before I started that DLC, I didn’t want to be too overpowered going into it. Before journeying West to the Nuka Transit place, I ended Trudy and her son for a bit of extra supplies. This video is about the Nuka World not my adventures in mediocrity or irrelevant nonsense, so I’ll simply point out that I set my max health to 1 so that any damage of any kind ends me and automatically reloads my most recent save. I did that before going west. I point that out because I spent a solid 25 minutes fighting my way through a Raider camp with 1 health, even though it realistically didn’t need to be at 1 since I hadn’t started the DLC yet. Once that was done, I arrived at the entrance to Nuka World and I knew I’d made a terrible mistake when a Gunner Assaultron with a skeleton head next to its name sprinted towards me like a freight train.
Luckily, I came prepared. If you’re gonna fight a train, bring a nuke. That’s what I did. I had 2 shots and played it safe by reloading a save several times to get the shot right. I wanted to kill them, not toast their marsh-mellows with a portable version of the superior siege weapon. A few of them ended in the perimeter. The Assaultron didn’t. And that robot could bob and weave like nothing I’d ever seen before. I used Jet and a Submachine gun to annihilate it mere seconds before it would’ve melted me. More of the Gunners survived the Nuke than I would’ve thought. The Sniper Rifle I had, along with multiple sneak attacks, got the job done in the end. Even Commander Kaylor, despite her weird name, fell before me.
At the train station, I spoke to Harvey and convinced him to take a Stimpak. He used that opportunity to remove the wool from my eye sockets, it was all a ruse. He’ll get what’s coming to him one day. The code he’d been saving for a rainy day allowed me to restore power to the mono-ray and I got a warning from the game that Nuka World is intended for those level 30 or above. Mathematics tells us that me being level 11 is close enough to level 30. I pressed onward, rode into the amusement park, and was informed by a voice that I had to pass through the Gauntlet before… dying. The plan was the Gauntlet kills me.
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