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Cheyenne Mountain is a location in Wasteland 3.

Background[]

Robot parts, laboratory, engineering infrastructure like temperature controls and water reservoirs - the headquarters of NORAD was built to withstand nuclear war, and it's a self-contained civilization. It is here that the FADERs were born, stationed, and it's thanks to them that it remains largely intact, despite the cave-ins. Vast biological tanks within the bunkers ensure new generations of supersoldiers are born to execute General-3's ambitious plan: Remaking the United States, as per his original orders.

Points of interest[]

Cheyenne Mountain is broken into several levels:

  1. Entry level. Lots of garages, an armory to protect against incursion, cargo elevator, robot parts.
  2. Training area, library, water reservoir, prisoners, and of course the labs. Not a place you want to get assigned, usually.
  3. Where most of the soldiers live. Storage, cafeteria, gym, hospital, like that. It's also where the cloning tanks are.
  4. The reservoir tanks are here, powerlines and junction boxes, but it's ops and strategy, mostly.
  5. The deepest, unfinished level.

Quests[]

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