Welcome to Far Harbor
Far Harbor is a 18+ RPG that features loose stats, perks (and the ability to gain more) and a profile application. Don't worry if your knowledge of Fallout isn't extensive! Our docs cover the most important points and we'll be happy to answer any questions you might have about the world.

On Far Harbor, we like to focus on the oddness of a post-apocalyptic future where technology is as diverse as having synthetic life and guns made of wood pailings. Ghouls, super mutants, humans and synths all have a place in The Island. If you're looking for a place to explore a world blasted by radiation

. . . welcome home
Feburary 2277
Super mutants have been discovered on The Island after a disasterous expedition to find somewhere for the ghouls to establish an indepedent settlement. Meanwhile, Far Harbor was attacked by anglers, injuring many and placing additional strain upon the town's only physician.
  September 8 2017
I have installed the new "Pipboy" theme! It introduces the ability to display what items your character commonly carries (change this in the UserCP). If you run into issues, be sure to PM Kit the Human.

We've also switched to profile applications! Pending Users can now edit all of their details. You can find out about the process here.

  September 4 2017
We've relaxed out content rules! We're now rated, anything goes.
  August 21 2017
Adventure Time! Share a screenshot or a clip from your Fallout adventures to claim a perception point for a character of choice. Participate here!
  July 31 2017
HTML has been enabled for the development, wanted ads and plotters forums. Instructions are here. In other news....super mutants have been discovered on the Island. It is the first time they have been spotted. Super mutants are now a playable race!

Thread Contributor: BluGardening
Blu smiled and relented.

"Not a placebo then." She pushed the tin towards Sigma.
"Definitely not. Have you tried these before? Do chems work on you?" He pulled them toward himself cautiously, as if waiting for her to snatch them back.

Maybe Phi would be free and they could sit out on the observatory roof. Sigma liked their talks, he suspected Phi liked to know he wouldn't fall off of something and hurt himself. Chems were better with someone else around.
"Aw sweetheart. These were made for me. Run along now. Don't hurt yourself."
Sigma pocketed the chems before she could change her mind. "Thanks," he bit off, rising from the chair silently as possible. That one old synth - Johnson - watched him from across the room. She always looked like she was sizing him up, her eyes glittering.

He pushed his chair in before he turned to go.
Blu grinned and did not stop him.
Phi was sitting upon a bench with a book in hand. He frowned at the pictures as if the adventures of Marvin the robot was of great consequence. Marvin had a friend, Sally. She was a little girl with two pigtails and an ambition to go to the moon.

Phi examined the pictures and the words. He had not seen a robot like Marvin and certainly never one capable of reaching the moon.

Were there entire races of robots that were lost to deactivation and salvage?
He smiled when he saw Phi, not the least because this synth was his friend. "Hello." Uninvited, he folded down onto the bench beside him, careful not to disturb the corner of Phi's book.

Since he was reading, Sigma went quiet, waiting patiently for him to surface from it. In this, he returned to his usual look - expressionless.
"Hello." Phi turned the book around so that it was pointed towards Sigma. There was a picture of a robot looking up at the stars. The stars were once bright yellow with five points and the moon was a circle partially hidden behind dark clouds. The robot seemed to be made of vacuum tubes except for the two rockets on it's back.

"Marvin desires to assist Sally reach the moon. The text is unclear as to whether he desires to assist due to his programming. Or if he desires it due to affection for the human."
Sigma set a careful finger on the fragile paper, touching the faded moon. It didn't look like the actual moon, not in any real way. He didn't know if it was bad art or just some human thing.

"I don't know," he said gently. The question went places his mind refused him access to while sober. Sigma liked the stuff Phi thought of, though.

"The book doesn't say?"
"It does not," Phi said and closed the book.

"Do you want to go to the roof?"

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