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Fallout Shelter guide: Game Show Gauntlet and Smooth Talker Achievement


Fallout Shelter is now available on Windows PC and Xbox One as part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program, and with it comes shiny new Achievements. Today, we’ve not only got a listing of all Game Show Gauntlet quest answers, but an easier way to earn the Smooth Talker Achievement, awarded by participating in 25 speech checks during Quests.

Each Game Show Gauntlet quest will net you 4 speech checks towards the Achievement, alongside other goodies like sell-able junk and Lunch Boxes. You’ll be able to take part in one Game Show Gauntlet quest per week.

Thanks to the folks at Reddit, we’ve a listing of each Game Show Gauntlet quest and its answers. The quests are grouped by duration.

The list below contains spoilers.

Duration: 14 hours

  • Who was the insane leader of the Republic of Dave? Dave
  • What was Rivet City before the war? Aircraft Carrier
  • What group did Sarah Lyons belong to? The Brotherhood of Steel
  • Who is trapped at the top of Trinity Tower? Rex Goodman

Duration: 15 hours

  • Which famous statue lost its head? Abraham Lincoln
  • What little boy was trapped in a refrigerator in the commonwealth? Billy
  • Super Mutants were created using… Forced Evolutionary Virus
  • Which group worships the Glow? Children of Atom

Duration: 16 hours

  • Who is the most famous reporter in Diamond City? Piper Wright
  • Who was the Sheriff of Megaton? Lucas Simms
  • What deadly creature lurks in the Salem Museum of Witchcraft? Deathclaw
  • Who is the DJ for Galaxy News Radio? Three Dog

Duration: 17 hours

  • The Children of Atom make their home in what region of the Commonwealth? The Glowing Sea.
  • Where was Lorenzo Cabot held prisoner? Parson State Insane Asylum.
  • Which of the following is not a location in the Commonwealth? Harbor Hotel
  • Where was Kellogg’s headquarters? Fort Hagen

Duration: 18 hours

  • What book was Moria trying to write? Wasteland Survival Guide
  • What was Moira’s last name? Brown
  • What store does Moira send the Lone Wanderer to for food? Super-Duper Mart
  • Which of these did Moira not send the Lone Wanderer to? Nuka-Cola Plant

Duration: 19 hours

  • What is the settlement closest to the Vault 111? Sanctuary
  • Who trims the bushes in Sanctuary? Codsworth
  • Who is hanging around The Red Rocket near Sanctuary? Dogmeat
  • The Great War started just before what Holiday? Halloween

Duration: 20 hours

  • How did brotherhood of steel arrive at the commonwealth? In an Airship
  • What brotherhood of Steel member took shelter in the Cambride Police Station? Paladin Danse and Scribe Haylen
  • Which advanced technology did brotherhood of steel members employ? Power armor
  • What was the Brotherhood seeking at Mass Fusion headquarters? Beryllium agitator

Duration: 21 hours

  • The Far Habour island lies just of what former state? Maine
  • What is DiMA? Synth
  • What is the name of the Children of Atom’s base in Far Harbor? The Nucleus
  • Why did Kasumi Nakuno run away to Acadia? She believed she was a synth

Duration: 22 hours

  • Who is the old psychic with the Minutemen? Mama Murphy
  • What military group occupied project purity before it became activated? Enclave
  • Who is the crazy mechanic in the railroad? Tinker Tom
  • What eyesore did Allistair Tenpenny want gone? Megaton

Duration: 23 hours

  • Name one of the Raider gangs in Nuka-World. Disciples; Operators; The Pack (all 3 are correct)
  • Which weapon is needed to defeat Ryker? Squirt gun
  • What are the Hubologists after? A Spaceship
  • Which of these is not a flavor of Nuka-Cola? Nuka Fresh

Duration: 1 day

  • Who were the mercenaries in the Capital Wasteland? Talon Company
  • What organization created the synths? The Institute
  • What monument did Hannibal Hamlin want to restore? Lincoln Memorial
  • What was the name of the Behemoth in the Boston Common pond? Swan
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