Vault boy

Explore the iconic images of Vault Boy from the Fallout series. Discover the history and meaning behind these beloved characters and enhance your gaming experience.
Is Vault Boy really giving us a thumbs up? – Atlasshifted

This icon figure is always smiling with his thumbs up and one eye shut, but do you know what it really means? Vault Boy originated from a game called Fallout, which was a post apocalyptic retro vid…

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Vault Boy is the mascot character of the Vault-Tec corporation within the Fallout universe, appearing in their adverts, manuals, products and training films. He was also to appear in some issues of the Hell's Chain Gang comic of Hubris Comics, but because of the Great War, the series was never produced. In the Fallout games, Vault Boy is used to provide an iconic representation of almost all stats (perks, traits, skills etc.) and items in later games available to the player character, being.... Avatar, Games, Pokémon, Pokemon, Skyrim, Fallout, Fallout Game, Gamer Girl, Game Art

Vault Boy is the corporate mascot of the Vault-Tec Corporation, appearing in their adverts, manuals, products, holotape games and training films. His female counterpart is Vault Girl. They appear in virtually every released game, and evolved over the years into a symbol of the Fallout franchise in general. Vault Boy is a registered trademark of the Vault-Tec Corporation under the name of Vault-Man, and is used widely throughout game guides and manuals. In 2077, he was supposedly voted the…

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