Overview: Like Wasteland Merc 2, this is a total conversion mod. Wasteland Merc 3 features all new locations, custom weapons, new missions and dialog. See below for a more detailed list of these features. Theme: In this version of the Wasteland Merc series you're a mercenary stranded in a town with a broken down car. The leader, Kingpin, will repair your car and eventually allow you to leave for good if you repay his favor by completing a series of quests to help the town. Changes: Unlike the previous Merc Mod, you won't have to remember where each person is to cash in your reward items. There will be a single character that will send you out for items to return for a reward. This should alleviate some of the headache of dealing with the 60+ NPCs in the previous mod. There will be only one big town in WM3. You won't have to worry about running out of time, as you'll never even see the world map. New areas are unlocked by completing tasks for members of the town and...
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