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New GECK wiki maintained by the TTW team.

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As stated here in the TTW site, the team are now maintaining an independent wiki for the FO3/FNV GECK.

 

Still in a bare-bones state as I type, it can be added to very easily without having to jump through Bethesda's hoops!

 

All who use the GECK, or to lesser extent xEdit/scripting tools, for the Fallout games are encouraged to lend a hand where possible.

 

GECK wiki without Bethesda's oversight.

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