Fallout 2-Wasteland Merc mod Features:13 custom locations, custom weapons, custom missions and dialogs and more. This is not an add-on, it is a campaign on its own. Installation: backup your fallout 2.exe and "fallout 2/data" folder and replace them with ones that come with this mod. And you are ready to go. Also if patch000 file exist in your folder rename it to something else or move it to another folder. We are aware that there might be some minor bugs in the mod and we will fix those if we ever make an update for this mod. What mod is about: In this mod you are not the chosen or vault dweller but a simple mercenary warrior that goes around in wasteland looking for missions/jobs. All missions/jobs are redo-able and are intended to be done several times. If you come to a town and nobody seems to be willing to talk to you that means your not high enough level to get that mission. Than usually they will tell you to get bent or come back when your better in various ways.

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bart2o Apr 3 2005, 12:41pm says:


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Haris Apr 3 2005, 4:50pm says:

Well in this mod its called automatic wolf. And doesnt work as mp7 at all. It works more like glock. You can burst with it if your 3 steps away from enemi. Otherwise you must shoot single shots. And it only has 15 shots and shoots 5 per burst. Its kinda cool at start.

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TheDebonairNomad Apr 3 2005, 5:19pm says:

Is that Fallout 1, btw Nice weapons do I see a Sten Silencer? :devil:

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TheDebonairNomad Apr 3 2005, 5:20pm says:

Or a Railgun? :devil:

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Haris Apr 4 2005, 10:22am says:

No its not fallout 1, its fallout 2 but we did bring back bottle caps instead of money in to it. It gives that special feeling.

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