Top Ten Best Fallout Series Quests

The Top Ten
1 Tranquility Lane (Fallout 3)

This quest not only showcases how excellent the Fallout series is but also highlights the creativity of Bethesda's writers. It's bizarre, yet well-written, interesting, and enjoyable.

In sum, it's the perfect Fallout quest. When I reflect on Fallout 3, this quest is what makes me speak so highly of the game, and it will always remain my number one.

2 Come Fly With Me (Fallout NV)

This quest is just insane. The characters are awesome, I love the plot and story, and the rocket launch is one of my favorite moments in the series. This is New Vegas at its best.

3 Oasis (Fallout 3)

Fallout 3 is not just my favorite Fallout game but my favorite game of all time. This quest is a perfect example of how great it is. Harold is, without a doubt, my favorite character in the series, and this quest gives him a wonderful storyline.

It will always be a reminder of why I consider Fallout 3 the best game ever.

4 Power Of The Atom (Fallout 3)

This is probably the first side quest you completed in Fallout 3, and from it alone, you can tell this game will be remembered as a classic.

No matter what you choose to do in this quest, you'll enjoy it, and it paved the way for all future quests.

5 The Replicated Man (Fallout 3)

There's no doubt in my mind that this is one of the longest quests in the series. It feels like a detective job, and while it takes a long time to complete, the payoff is worth it, demonstrating how innovative Bethesda's writers can be.

6 The Superhuman Gambit (Fallout 3)

This is truly something else. It's the most bizarre, out-of-the-box quest in any game. It's so fun and interesting that it's impossible not to enjoy.

7 Last Voyage of the U.S.S Constitution (Fallout 4)

This is a great quest, and I know many would rank it higher, but I have my reasons for ranking it down here. Like every other Fallout quest, it's an experience.

I ranked it lower because it felt very similar to Come Fly With Me, but that doesn't diminish my love for it. I still highly recommend it.

8 I Forgot to Remember to Forget (Fallout NV)

Many people prefer Ain't Nothing But a Hound Dog or For Auld Lang Syne, but I believe this is a much better quest. It was hard for me to choose between this one and One For My Baby, but I picked this one because I found it slightly better.

I can't really explain the details of the quest, but I highly recommend it.

9 Those (Fallout 3)

You'll probably receive this quest early in the game. It's another excellent example of how an initial quest can set the tone for those that follow.

I just want to warn you to bring fire-resistant gear and a high-damage weapon.

10 The American Dream (Fallout 3)

This may seem like an odd choice to rank this high, but I think it's one of the more overlooked quests. It truly tests your abilities in the wasteland, so be prepared.

The Contenders
11 Reilly's Rangers (Fallout 3)
12 That Old Lucky Sun (Fallout NV)
13 All My Friends Have Switches (Fallout NV: Old World Blues)
14 Trouble at the Homefront (Fallout 3)
15 You Gotta Shoot em in the Head (Fallout 3)

This is a very underrated quest and one of my favorites in the series. I won't spoil the details, but it offers one of the best rewards ever.

16 Who Dares Win (Fallout 3: Broken Steel)
17 Brain Dead (Fallout 4: Far Harbor)
18 Get The Vertibird Plans for the Brotherhood of Steel (Fallout 2)
19 Blood Ties (Fallout 3)

This quest keeps getting better and better as it goes along. It's so out-of-the-box that it becomes perfect. Highly recommended.

20 Cabot House (Fallout 4)

I'll be honest, I thought Fallout 4 was the worst game in the series. I didn't like many of the quests, and the ones I did enjoy were mostly copies of previous Fallout quests.

However, Cabot House is unique to the series and one that I loved. You can't call yourself a Fallout 4 player without completing this quest.

21 Take it back (Fallout 3)
22 Walking With Spirits (Fallout 3 Point Lookout)
23 Kid in a Fridge (Fallout 4)
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