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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Children are the young inhabitants of the wastes. In Fallout 3, a child is a human character under the age of 16.

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Differences between the games

Children are killable in the first two Fallout games. If you kill them you get the ChildKiller Reputation.

Children in Fallout 3 are not killable. Bethesda faced a similar problem when making The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, as they considered adding children to make the game more realistic, but this was controversial -- if the children could be killed, Bethesda could be accused of making a child murder simulation. Bethesda's response was to simply make the characters invincible. This once again raised issues, because the tactic would undermine the whole point of children being there, which was making the game more realistic. Eventually Bethesda scrapped the idea for The Elder Scrolls IV:Oblivion, but in Fallout 3 they have gone the other way, allowing children for realism, but making them invincible.

Fallout 3 Notable Children

Notes

Fallout 3

  • Harden Simms and Maggie, two child-inhabitants of Megaton, disappear from the game if you choose to blow up Megaton. Nothing in-game shows or confirms that they are dead. Should you leave Megaton after arming the bomb and return before detonating it, neither of the kids are present anywhere.
  • Sticky, killable oddity of Little Lamplight, is not a child.
  • Timmy Neusbaum of Tranquility Lane is removed when you are given the task to slaughter the residents, or when you turn on the Chinese invasion program. A unique Garden Gnome called "Timmy the Gnome" is placed on the Neusbaum doorstep, indicating that Timmy's Tranquility avatar has been altered.
  • Children cannot be targeted in VATS.
  • Mister Sandman perk cannot be used on children (with the exception of some bugged game versions).

This article uses material from the "Child" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Children article)

From Lostpedia

An ultrasound of Aaron, one of the children on Lost

Children and pregnancies are both regular topics on Lost.

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Occurrences

The following children were seen on the Islands or are related to the main characters:

Mother Father Relevance
Aaron Littleton Claire Littleton Thomas Off the Island
Annie Unknown Unknown On the Island
Alexandra Rousseau Danielle Rousseau Robert On the Island, Deceased
Ana Lucia's unborn baby Ana Lucia Cortez Danny Unborn Child of Ana Lucia
Clementine Phillips Cassidy Phillips Sawyer Daughter of Sawyer
Emma Unknown Unknown On the Island
Karl Unknown Unknown On the Island
Image:Julian-m.jpg Julian Rachel Uncertain Juliet's nephew
Megan Pace Karen Pace Liam Pace Niece of Charlie
Ji Yeon Kwon Sun-Hwa Kwon Jin Kwon Sun's child, currently in Korea
Walt Lloyd Susan Lloyd Michael Dawson Left island with father
Zach Unknown Unknown On the Island
Charlie Hume Penny Desmond Off the Island
Ethan Rom Amy Horace Goodspeed On the Island in 1977
Miles Straume Lara Chang Pierre Chang On the Island in 1977

Details of when any child was shown or was mentioned in Lost are given in the next sections, sorted by episode.

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Childhood/Teen-Hood flashbacks

Children

Many characters have had flashbacks that feature themselves as children, and some like Charlotte have been seen as children on the Island's flashes:

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

  • An infant Locke is born, and at age 5, is visited by Richard Alpert. ("Cabin Fever")

Season 5

Teenagers

Many characters have had flashbacks that feature themselves as teenagers:

Season 1

  • Although she is not seen as a teenager, Kate has a flashback which contains her and her childhood sweat heart, Tom Brennan listening to a tape recorder which contained an entry of Kate and Tom as teenagers (around 12-13 years old). ("Born to Run")

Season 2

  • An eighteen year old Shannon is seen in flashbacks. ("Abandoned")
Locke as a teenager in "Cabin Fever".

Season 4

  • One of Locke's flashbacks takes place while he is attending high school and living with his foster parents. ("Cabin Fever")

Season 5


This article uses material from the "Children" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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