Brent “CJ Martin” The role of Fairchild plays a role in Fallout 76 as a doc tor who provides assistance to other players. After the burning of his original home over the weekend, players have been raising money for his family to try to recover the pressure.
Like the first one reported by Polygon, a GoFundMe page was appointed by Fallout 76 Podcaster Kenneth Vigue to help raise money for Fairbele, after being pulled over by a plane at the Jefferson Burn Center in Philadelphia following a fire. "Today, May 2nd, 2020, a fire broke out in their home and his wife and son exited safely, but in doing so, he received 1st and 2nd degree burns on his hands, face and feet and suffered from heavy smoke," wrote Vigue on a fundraising site.
Fairchilds are well known in parts of the-strip Fallout 76 The community is not only for his generosity of the game but also for his commitment to participate as a post-apocalyptic medical professional in the world. His hippocracy career has left the entire clinic where players meet generate thousands of gameplay cures per day.
"The reason he means so much to us is that he is the first true player he has ever heard in the game and he encouraged us all in our modeling and in my story, in storytelling," said Vigue, head of the team episodic Fallout 76 a podcast called Chad, you were told Kotaku in the email.
As a doctor, Vigue said that Fairchild has managed to act as a neutral character, working in every possible way Fallout 76 parties from the E.A.T.T dinner party to the D&D-style Fallout Five-0 group, are best known for holding the blame to determine another player's future for the game. "Aside from that, he's a very passionate person and a very good person," Vigue said. "She and I had a chance to talk a few times and she would talk about her character on my podcast this month, so I got to know her better."
These are the other role-players to spread the word what happened to Fairbele and her family, and GoFundMe has already raised over $ 6,500 to help with the necessary medical and home repair bills in the accident. “I met with Dr. CJ Martin a few days before this happened but I was pleasantly surprised by the community he built and the sanctuary he gave us within our limited resources. Fallout 76
In the meantime, some players have even sent "Doc" tags without their supporting game remedies. According to Vigue, who claims to be in touch with the family, Fairchild has been released today for a while elsewhere as they see the damage to the house.
"He was very positive about the outpouring of support and said thank you to everyone," Vigue said. "He also said and I quote, & # 39; I can still press X, so this will not prevent me from building forall stalls! & # 39;"