After countless attempts, I was finally able to beat Fallout 3 and all dlcs without dying

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Inspired by many a true nerd's videos I wanted to see if I could do it myself, while I didn't go as hardcore as him where he doesn't use healing items it was still a very rewarding (but frustrating as well) challenge. It completely changes the way you play, I took perks like light step, toughness, life-giver which I never normally take, and I didn't even fast travel to certain locations in fear of spawning right before a deathclaw or talon company mercenaries.

I also made the game harder by playing the way I wanted to roleplay. Using ttw custom beginning I was able to roleplay as a regulator meaning, duster armors only (although I did use armored wasteland for better-looking dusters and upped their DT slightly), so it's not like I used t-51b power armor. Now I might have missed some areas since I didn't take explorer yet, but I'm just happy to finish all the major sidequests of the base game and the main quest of the base game plus dlcs (I ain't got time to look for those ingots)

For those interested, I'm using TTW, Bleed by Roy batty which ups damage so no more bullet sponges although reavers and overlords can still take a moderate amount of shots, and jsawyer ttw which reduce skill per level, level cap, carry weight, etc, but I also had to install the no artificial difficulty mod, see for Fallout 3, to get rid of the 1080 damage double-barrel shotguns, yes you read that right. The game is already tough enough with bleed and jsawyer and I figured it makes no sense why a double-barrel shotgun is the most dangerous weapon next to liberty prime.

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If you're really looking for a different Fallout playthrough I do recommend it, maybe not permadeath, but give yourself a set number of lives whether it be 1, 3, 5, or even 10, it makes combat feel very rewarding knowing you can't just reload and try again an infinite number of times. If anyone has any questions or comments feel free to ask 🙂

Source: reddit.com

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