The Norwich State Hospital is without a doubt the most expansive location on Fallout. throughout the early years, more and more buildings were built on campus to meet the demand. In addition to the many hospital buildings, there are vacant research facilities as well as entire neighborhoods - once occupied by hospital staff - now empty. Just driving past the Norwich State Hospital feels like being in a ghost town. Plans are underway by a company called Utopia to create an amusement park as well as movie studios.
Our first time meeting Travis was for a trip to Norwich State Hospital. We arranged for him to pick us up, which was far out of the way but he had no objections but unfortunately on his way up he blew a brake line, and we had to dangerously return to his house where he borrowed a car and we continued on our adventure. Norwich is practically overkill as far as asylums go. It's everything you hear about, tunnels, wheelchairs, many building, several theaters, a bowling alley, and of course wards everywhere. We spent quite a bit of time inside and saw a lot but even then we had only seen a tenth of what the hospital complex had to offer. Towards the end of the trip we got a decent surprise of many people being inside one of the building before we had a chance to figure out who the people were or what they were doing we ran like hell and headed out. As it turned out we had run into an R.O.C.T. unit practicing close combat training. Since then we've had tons of trips most of them without running into another soul.