Women in the vault?

Since when did we assume the opening implied that you'd find women and such in the vualt? I was under the assumption that the technology would bring so much wealth, that you'd have power, fame, and... women. Not that you'd find a buch of 200 year dead women?

Unless there is an actual source for the "women" comment I'd say someone is unsuccessfully trying to inject humour. Fixing... -- WarBlade 00:38, December 29, 2009 (UTC)
If you watch the opening cinematic, it mentions that whoever opens the vault will find "Wealth, power, fame, and women", or something along those lines. Beetle179 22:04, January 13, 2010 (UTC)
Well.. wealth and power can lead to fame and women. :) I don't suppose anyone assumed that 'fame' would be contained in barrels inside the vault. I mean, yes - all four are mentioned in the intro, but nitpicking it, I'd assume that wealth and power are more immediate results, while 'fame' and 'women' are likely to be more indirect 'rewards'. Kitsunebi 23:46, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
So I'm reading about the contents part and it suddenly strikes me that the destroyer is remarkably similar to the Flood in Halo. I mean, the Forerunners sacraficed themselves to keep the Flood trapped, The Flood has to have a host to survive, The main character releases the Flood... anybody see the similarity? (I was a Halo nerd before Borderlands came along)


The Vault is located in the Eridian promontory, no? Why does it say that it is located in The Salt Flats on the page then? or am i just imagining things about where the vault is located? Herky15 08:09, December 28, 2010 (UTC)

The "Salt Flats" in question is probably the region instead of the map, e.g. Rust Commons, Parched Fathoms. If you feel the need to make it more specific then please do so. Don't worry, we'll clean up afterwards if necessary.  nagy   talkScorpio-fulllog     11:42, December 28, 2010 (UTC)
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