The Purkinje Effect
Something's gone off in Blackstone Gorge's Vault 82. Their food dispensers have worked fine for decades, but the consistency's off. Galen Miner, now above ground, has set to determine if the goo is what's made his people ill, or if there's something more sinister afoot.
- Part 1 of The Purkinje Effect
Fandoms: Fallout 4, Fallout 3: Battle for Anchorage
22 Aug 2019
Extending him a military contract to facilitate the war effort, the U.S. Army nationalized a Russian chemist as Alan Carey. Carey's martial contributions afforded him a place in Sanctuary Hills's Vault 111, but when the threat of Total Atomic Annihilation™ shepherds the vault into use, he wakes to find he's the only one of its inhabitants who survived the freeze to which none of them consented--if he can even call it surviving. With the end of the world already so far behind in civilization's past, he struggles to find his place again. (Update 2019.07.08: I finally got around to fixing the Kara/Carey errors from the early chapters.)
Arc I: First Instar--Lexington and Concord (Ch1 to Ch33). Arc II: Second Instar--Lowell (Ch34 to date). Estimated minimum of five Instars.
- Part 2 of The Purkinje Effect
Fandoms: Fallout 4, Fallout (Video Games), Fallout 3
03 Apr 2019
The raiders of Nuka World know Brother August as their bogeyman "Father Wachusett," in that he's like standing next to a mountain. He comes down from the Hinter to visit the park often, and until recently he simply accepted that the raiders had crammed themselves into Nuka-Town USA because they'd never spaced out. But now his favorite quarry is absent from the ecosystem, the raiders have expanded to occupy every inch of his slice of Heaven, and the power has been restored to the entire amusement park--all in a matter of months. Finding each zone of the park irreparably gentrified, he has no choice but to reclaim what he reveres as holy wilderness in the name of Atom. (Flashback chapters will be titled after Nuka-Cola flavors.)
- Part 3 of The Purkinje Effect