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 I was thinking, Fallout 4 has the potential for the above in spades. Perhaps it will need G.E.C.K / FO4SE.

I loved these kinds of modes in Minecraft, and really cant stand playing that game with out them. I'm hoping you mod wizards  feel the same.

The skill needed here is beyond my ability so I appeal to the powers that be.  It blows me away the mods that  where made for FO3 / Skyrim / Oblivion / Morrowind. I get excited thinking what will be wrought in FO4. 

 

 I was picturing machines, factories, nuclear reactors, waist water plants, desalination, big pharma factories, maybe even industrial farming. and a F** cement factory lol. *cough*. Oh and better power management ( wires an the like )
 

 Anyway, here's hoping it would be popular enough to do, and someone champions the cause.

 

 



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Conquer a quarry, have a settlement there, farm rocks and stone for concrete. It sounds simple to do on paper, but lets wait for the G.E.C.K.. I for one would welcome more, though resource expensive, yet larger preset modules that save you the object numbers. Why build a tower out of many different parts when you could just take one preset part. There are foundations already, yet they are tiny and don't always snap into place. If there would be a foundation consisting out of three or four foundations chained together, we would save a lot of objects and a lot of work to flatten the place. And currently foundations are a MUST if you don't want your house to semi-hover on the side of the hill.



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I like it. though seeing that tech inst totally dead and

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 some kind of factorization or automation would seem relevant, perhaps an engineer themed mod - in both the gaming "class" sense and the RL occupational sense.







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