He's convinced most of the Family that they are indeed true vampires, teaching them to drink the blood of their prey and not to feed upon their flesh. Vance believes this gives them a sense of belonging and purpose in a world that doesn't understand their unusual trait. Although the Family may truly believe that they are like the vampires in traditional works of fiction, they retain no abilities or powers that distinguish them from any other cannibal in the Capital Wasteland. Vance's laws for the Family can be read on two terminals. Reading them provides background information that unlocks further conversation options with Vance.
We do not eat the flesh of those we kill for food. We will only drink of their blood and leave the body intact. The consumption of flesh is filthy and unclean. This action is what causes the humans to treat us like animals.
We are not animals, we are the Family. Because we carry the stain of our past in our bodies, we can never let it pass to our offspring who would in turn carry out those foul actions beginning the cycle anew. The Family must seek the Wasteland for others of its kind in order to maintain itself. That is our fate. We only kill the humans when we are hungry or when we must defend ourselves, we never hunt for sport or pleasure.
We do not prey on children for they are not yet tainted by society's view of us.
The Family will not tolerate murder. Because we are creatures of the night, we must not set foot in daylight. We move silently across the ground only under the watchful eye of the moon above. At the rising of the sun, we must seek the embrace of the shadows and never again gaze at its brilliance.
The Family seeks the dark as its refuge. Above all, no member of the Family will ever take the life of another member without the consent of the current leader. Anyone disobeying this action, the most heinous of all our crimes, will be exiled from this place forever.
We must not let our own inner demons cause us to fight amongst ourselves. The Bobblehead is on a little table.
Make your way back out quickly. You should know whether taking out a death claw is a challenge for you. Act accordingly. Set your marker in the square I stated, and head there. It's quite a walk, but you will gain a good deal of experience from the trek.
The Vault is infested with Gary Clones, who are very weak and give about twenty experience per kill. The Bobblehead is in the Cloning lab.
Near the western side of the area, the Bobblehead can be found on a table in a room with a lot of beds. You can get it while you're doing the Wasteland Survival Guide quest. There is a science lab in the ship. Go through the stairwell door and look for the signs.
They'll lead you directly to the lab. Look to the desk near the center of the room to find the Intelilgence Bobblehead. Agility : The path to the Agility bottlehead was littered with Deathclaws for me. Others may have better luck.
It's found in the Greener Pastures Disposal Site, three down and four left from the top right corner of the map. There are toxic waste barrels all over. Inside a shack there you can find a radiation suit along with a nice stash of anti-radiation drugs.
Put on the suit and look for the area of the site with a big cloud of radiation. Go through to the Office building here, to find the agility Bobblehead along with a safe that can be opened by hacking the terminal with 50 science. Inside I found two scoped. The metro here is very short, and leads to the cemetery itself. Head southwest of teh entrance to find Arlington House. The Bobblehead is in the basement, straight ahead from the entrance on a shelf.
The place is a Raider base, so be prepared to do a lot of fighting.
This is definitely one of the hardest locations to get into early in the game. Inside, other than the army of raiders there is a Super Mutant Behemoth caged that can be killed. The Bobblehead can be found by first going into the Foundry, then from there the Bazaar. Head to the back of the area to find Smiling Jack.
If you kill him, he has the Terrible Shotgun, one of the most powerful weapons in the game. It's a variant of the Combat Shotgun, and can be repaired from parts of these weaker models. Behind Smiling Jack's shop, there is a path that leads to a storage area. Grab the Bobblehead from the top right of the large shelf.
Look behind the counter for a safe, as well! Look for the Fort four squares east and one square south from the northwestern-most square.
Once there, go inside the cellar to find this Bobblehead on a shelf. Look in the '2' section for Colonel Autumn's chambers. You should really clear this area before going on to the main room anyway, as you'll be locked out. The station is 5 squares south and 4 squares east from the northwestern corner of the map.
The item is in a sewer south of the station itself. Go up to the station and go around to the south of the building, then drop off the small cliff. Trace your way along the southern rock facing. Be up close so that you can see the white cistern that has a grate you can climb down. There are several other items, including a stealthboy along with the explosives Bobblehead. They are found three squares north and two squares east of Megaton. You will likely find your way to the western building first.
The Bobblehead is in the eastern tower. Don't worry, clear the first tower then head upstairs to find a skywalk that leads between the two buildings. In the eastern building, there aren't that many enemies. The Bobblehead can be found near the center of the area on a desk. Medicine : You can get the Medicine Bobblehead before you ever leave Vault This is the first Bobblehead you can access in Fallout 3.
Getting it early will help your character by making stimpacks heal more damage, and providing more dialog choices involving the medicine skill. It can be found on Dad's desk. You have multiple chances to get it, but the last chance is the escape.
Blood Ties is a Fallout 3 side quest. It is also a Xbox and PC achievement, and a PlayStation 3 trophy. The quest can Locate the Family Edit. The Family. For Fallout 3 on the Xbox , a GameFAQs Answers question titled "How do I locate The Family is hiding in Meresti Metro Station which be reached via the.
If you don't get this Bobblehead during your escape, you may be forced to wait until after the waters of life is completed for Amata to send out a distress signal.