|10-09-2012, 06:14 AM||#5|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: In my mansion on M4X-529 in the Pegassus galaxy!
Here's most of the biggest traders so you can do a rotation when selling things, also if the trader has not enough caps you can buy some ammos just to even it all :
Megaton : Moira Brown
Little Lamplight : Knick Knack in the Souvenir cabin
Rivet City : Flak and Shrapnel
Underworld : Tulip (and Sunny in the bar if she comes back alive from the
Head of State side quest)
Paradise Falls : Pronto (but you have to bring him 20 chinese assault rifles to
put him in business)
All five caravan traders : Doc Hoff, Crazy Wolfgang, Crow and can't remember
the two others.
Many scavengers you can find.
Achievements completion : 99,41%
Gamerscore completion : 99,43%
Retail games completed : 76/80
I'm a completionist!!!
Currently working on Halo MCC, GTA 5 (X1).
Looking for partners to boost Saints Row 1 mp achievements
If you send a friend request, please send a message telling why, otherwise I will just ignore it
|12-01-2012, 02:45 PM||#7|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Vendors not having enough caps is a problem in both Fallout 3 and New Vegas, more so with Fallout 3 though. The problem is there are way to many enemy and they respawn way to often, if you pick up everything from everyone you kill you will never be able to sell it all, especially later in the game when you start getting the high tech armor and weapons.
One thing most people don’t think of is the brotherhood outcasts. If you go to Ft. Independence you can trade energy weapons and power armor for ammo, it’s not really a fair trade given the value of the ammo compared to the weapons, but it beats leaving it lying there when you kill someone.
If its true that what you donít know cant hurt you, then you must be practically invincible!