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If you've played an Elder Scrolls game, you're probably familiar with the glowing Nirnroot plant, valued for its healing properties. If you're also playing Fallout 4 (who am I kidding, of course you are), you may have stumbled across an "experimental plant" that looks an awful lot like Nirnroot aboard an airship research station. 

I know what you're thinking, "it's just a reused asset," but, consider the notes from the scribe who discovered the plant in the Fallout universe: according to him, the plant emits a light that is a result of bioluminescence, not radiation, and makes him feel stronger when he drinks a tea made from the plant. Could they be the same plant?

It may very well be that these are totally different, but it's fun to speculate about a connection between these two universes.

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Glad to see Todd respects the nude modders of the Fallout community.

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Bethesda! How you tease us!

In the most recent of their educational videos on the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system, the developer goes over the importance of Intelligence.

These have been a whole lot of fun to watch, but all they do is dangle the carrot in front of our eyes before Fallout 4's Nov. 10 release.

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Bethesda just keeps teasing us. In one way, we love it. But in another way, it just highlights how far away Fallout 4 seems.

This newest of the educational videos, which highlights the character building S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system lets you know what the deal is behind Charisma.

Tomorrow will be October, then it's just a quick 41 days until the release of Fallout 4.

We can make it, you guys.

We can make it.

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