So I posted this a while ago and didn’t get much traction but with the news of new maps I figured it was worth trying again. Mainly interested in seeing what other states have to offer as well.
Tennessee is probably too similar to West Virginia for Bethesda to want to do this for the new maps but thought it would be fun nonetheless. Western Tennesseans feel free the chime in on the obvious stuff this Easterner left out.
Smoky Mountains – It’s, well, mountainous. Pretty identical to WV but has dozens and dozens of unique spots throughout.
Plateau – Most people don’t realize the size of the Cumberland Plateau but its huge and the Fallout world could do some cool things with it.
Farmland – Not really a region but there is plenty of this all over the state especially in the middle/western part of the state.
Mississippi River – Tennessee’s Western border, time to call in the Enclave Navy?
Nashville – Obviously music themed and also the capital
Memphis – Lots of history and unique places (a certain vendor might like the bbq here)
Knoxville – College town with a lot of places to explore in the surrounding areas
Chattanooga – Beautiful city with cool places like the Tennessee Aquarium and Lookout Mountain
Tri Cities – Nascar country that actually covers a lot of land with
Kingsport, Bristol, and Johnson City combined
Also, Caves – TN is littered with them
Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Dollywood – Despite being a couple of small towns this area is basically one big amusement park and would translate very well in a Fallout game. Not to mention Dollywood which is one of the largest theme parks in the country.
Fall Creek Falls – Would make a great setting for a base
Memphis Pyramid – Cool architecture that in no way fits into the landscape just like Palace of the Winding Path
Sun Studios – Birthplace of Rock n Roll, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, etc.
Beale Street – World famous and could be themed around food markets
Museum of Appalachia – Tadpoles 2.0
Graceland – Great place for a unique daily geared around music
Cades Cove – Can probably be lumped into Gatlinburg but this place (and the whole Smoky Mountains National Park) deserve their own spot on the map
Grand Ole Opry – More music locations from Music City
The Parthenon – A full size replica museum to the one in Rome cause why not
The Lost Sea – Largest underground lake in the whole world. Great place for a settlement and/or vault
Appalachian Trail – I think this was technically already in Fallout 76 but should have its own quest line regardless
Oak Ridge Nuclear Plant – Aside from being a Nuclear facility they also do some weird experiments and other things there that I’m sure we’ll never even hear about. Also the birth place of the Nuclear Bomb, pretty relevant.
AT&T Building – This can be where all the evil lives.
Radio (if royalties weren’t a thing)
Dolly Parton – Jolene
Arrested Development – Tennessee
Dolly Parton – Smoky Mountain Memories
Grateful Dead – Tennessee Jed
Pixies – Letter to Memphis
Charlie Daniels Band – Tennessee Two Step
Johnny Cash – Going to Memphis
10 Years – Wasteland
Brownie McGee – Two More Songs
Ronnie Milsap – Smoky Mountain Rain
John Denver – Foxfire Suite
B&F Bryant – Rocky Top
Fleet Foxes – Blue Ridge Mountains
Bob Dylan – Nashville Skyline Rag
Indigo Girls – Nashville
Lyle Lovett – I’ve been to Memphis
Old Crow medicine Shop – Motel in Memphis
Bottle Rockets – Get Down River I know there is a ton here I am leaving out plus you could throw in just about any local artist from Nashville on here
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