Perhaps you didn't read the rules, or perhaps you just ignored them: Vault-Tek Vaults require admin approval. I'll get around to reading this later and perhaps I'll give retroactive approval, though if this is a "Vault taken over by NCR/Enclave/Brotherhood" or if it doesn't have an experiment (or a compelling experiment) it'll probably not be approved.----OvaltinePatrol (talk) 18:30, June 14, 2014 (UTC)
Interesting page, I don't completely understand the experiment though. So, 1/2 the Vault is suppose to not be permitted during the attack... and the experiment to see how 1,000 people will act knowing 500 will be denied and the other 500 would have directing caused their deaths? And I'm kind of confused about how the residents couldn't get inside, the road leading their collapsed and caused 4/5 of them to not get in the Vault in time. And I have another question, are you going to add to this page about the Vault's involvement at Kirkman?
PS: The previous post was me, sorry, forgot to sign it :P --188.8.131.52 20:34, November 6, 2014 (UTC)
I know this has admin approval, but can this be brought up again? the experiment seems very familiar, and didn't even take place, and the rest of the article is a happy "they let everyone in and then it was awesome... and missing the last hundred years of history. the boi Walrus (talk) 22:12, August 23, 2015 (UTC)
Back again, so could Vault 14 be removed from the Adoptable list? I intend to better flesh out the story of the Vault since there really is a lack of detail in certain areas. CarthAntilles (talk) 17:41, March 5, 2018 (UTC)
Aye, it should have said that, but apparently it no longer does. May have somthing to do with the fact that I made a Salem page not that long ago, but it was deleted, might have edited this page or someone else had to remove any mention of Salem, as the vault was intended to be somewhere near Salem. I'll add in it's location regardless. CarthAntilles (talk) 14:18, March 6, 2018 (UTC)