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Fallout 3 notes

Notes are entries in the Pip-Boy which store text, image and audio information for later use.


In Fallout 3, notes are automatically added to the Pip-Boy 3000 from picking up holodisks or paper notes. Instead of showing in your inventory, these items are input directly into your Pip-Boy. Certain lines of conversation will also add notes, often by pressing a certain topic. All notes can be read or listened to in the "Notes" category of the Pip-Boy's "Data" screen.

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the interface feature. For other uses, see Notes (disambiguation).
The notes interface allows players to record text-based information.
Notes button

The Notes feature was released with the Mobilising Armies update of 8 July 2009. It is a part of the interface that allows players to add up to 30 notes in plain text, with a maximum of 50 characters each.[1], for a total of 1500 characters. Players can add a note by pressing the button at the top-left of the interface, which is marked with a green 'plus' (+) symbol, and then typing on the keyboard.

Players can customize an individual note by right-clicking it. This allows them to change the colour of the note's text to any of four different colours (red, green, amber and white), with white being the default. They can also edit the text of any note, using the Caret to select certain parts of the note to go back to.

Players can delete any note by selecting it and then pressing the "Delete" bar, or delete all notes by right-clicking the Delete bar and selecting "Delete all".

The Notes feature is useful for keeping track of prices or writing down lists of things to buy. It could also be used in quests that require you to remember a word or phrase.

The code for player notes was optimised on 9 November 2009.

Users restricted to quick chat (under 13s or muted players) cannot use this feature. This feature can also be used on Quick Chat worlds[2].

Players should not store their password, their bank PIN, or any personal information in a note.

Easter Eggs

Typing any key or specific phrases will result in the note changing to a popular cultural reference or meme.

Input Filters to Explanation
All your base are belong to us orly? "All your base are belong to us" is a famous line from the video game Zero Wing which was ineptly translated by the European Sega department. "Orly", meaning "oh really?", is an internet meme which began with a famous image of a Snowy Owl looking skeptical and disbelieving, captioned with the phrase "O RLY?".
orly yarly "Yarly", meaning "yeah really", is often used as a reply to "orly".
murder All rest and no play makes Guthix a dull boy. This is a reference to the film The Shining, in which the main character goes insane and types "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." over and over. "Redrum" (murder spelled backwards) refer to the main character's son who repeats this word over the course of the movie.
Andrew Cabbage In RuneScape Classic, censored words were replaced with "Cabbage" instead of stars. It is also the name of his clan chat and a running joke in RuneScape, featuring prominently in the 2007 and 2009 April Fools events.
Paul Rargh, I'm a lava monster! This is possibly an inside joke in Jagex Studios. Either that, or Paul REALLY likes lava monsters.
I am your father Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo! In the movie Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the main villain Darth Vader tells Luke Skywalker that he is his father, causing Luke to shout "Nooo!"
I'll be back Come with me if you want to live. These are both lines from the movie Terminator 2: Judgement Day .
Finish the fight They must love the smell of hero. These lines reference the video game Halo 3.
There is no spoon Then you will see, it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself. This is a reference to the movie The Matrix in which a child explains to the protagonist how he is able to bend spoons with his mind.
You fight like a dairy farmer How appropriate. You fight like a cow. A reference to the video game The Secret of Monkey Island .
Bangin' donk

This may be a reference to the film Crocodile Dundee in which an antagonist goes to attack a friend of Mick Dundee, which results in the line "I don't need a gun, i have a donk" which then results in the antagonist being hit on the head with a donk like noise.

"Bangin' donk" may also refer to the popular song on youtube, entitled "Put a donk on it" which is sung by the Blackout Crew. It may come from the quote "You know what you gotta do right? Put a bangin' donk on it!".

Humperdinck Have fun storming the castle! These lines are from the film The Princess Bride".
Milton Waddams The ratio of people to cake is too big. This is a reference to Office Space.
R.I.P Runescape Totgesagte leben länger. The German translates to "Reputedly dead ones live longer."
Penso, logo existo Borboletas salpicadas de goiabada... The first line is Portuguese and translates to "I think, therefore I am". This is a famous quote from the French philosopher, René Descartes, regarding that to be a person, is to think. The second line, also Portuguese, translates to "Butterflies dotted guava".
Le temps passe L'œuf dur. Both lines are in French, the first translates to "Time flies" and the second translates to "The hard-boiled egg."

Mod Hope has tentatively confirmed there are more to be found.

In the guide section of the RuneScape website Controls - Notes there is an example note pictured that states "Finish reading the Oxford English Dictionary -S.". This could be a reference to the movie Evan Almighty in which God leaves notes for protagonist Evan Baxter, signed with "G". The note could have been signed by the RuneScape God Saradomin, encouraging players to spell better.


  • Occasionally, if a player adds or edits notes after being logged in for more than fifteen minutes, they will be deleted.[3] This was fixed in an update on the 13th of July.


  1. ^ Controls - Notes. RuneScape Game Guide. Jagex Ltd (July 2009). Retrieved on 2009-07-08. “This remarkably simple system enables you to leave up to 30 notes for yourself, each of which can be up to 50 characters long.”
  2. ^ Mod Tim (Lead Content Developer) and Mod Maz (Content Developer and Queen of the Squirrels) (2009-07-08). Mobilising Armies. RuneScape News List. Jagex Ltd. Retrieved on 2009-07-08. “We’ve added the ability for you to make notes. To access this new feature, click on the Notes icon at the bottom-right of the screen. This remarkably simple system enables you to leave up to 30 notes for yourself, each of which can be up to 50 characters long.”
  3. ^ Mod Chris E (July 2009). Notes occasionally not saving. RuneScape Forums. Jagex Ltd. Retrieved on 2009-07-10. “I've just discovered a bug when saving notes, sometimes when doing so they can fail to be saved to the back end note server. This can occur if you edit or add a new note after more than 15 minutes of being logged into the game. Any notes added before this time should be fine.”
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