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Welcome to The Garden of Eden Creation Kit Wiki

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The Garden of Eden Creation Kit™ (GECK) wiki is a community-run site where you'll find everything you need to use the The Garden of Eden Creation Kit and make mods for Fallout 3. The GECK wiki is a living online help file for the Garden of Eden Creation Kit that can be edited by anyone.

Create an account and start contributing -- we have 2,338 articles and growing! Please check out the Welcome to the Wiki guide for more information about what we're striving for and how you can help.

The Garden of Eden Creation Kit

The Garden of Eden Creation Kit (GECK) allows you to edit and create any data for use with Fallout 3. The GECK is used to create game content for Fallout 3. The data is stored in data files that are read by the game. The GECK allows you to create your own areas (towns, dungeons, etc.) and populate them with your own characters, creatures, items, and stories.

Download the Garden of Eden Creation Kit here.

Open the GECK - Start Your Vault Today!

Take a tour of the GECK with "My First Vault" Tutorial series, written by the developers at Bethesda Game Studios. This set of tutorials will take you through every step and skill required to create your very own Vault to share with friends or the online community, complete with example files!

Frequently Asked Questions

The Frequently Asked Questions page has answers to common questions about the GECK and modding in general. For short, simple questions, this would be the place to start


Like any miracle of modern technology, the GECK can be complicated and puzzling to use at times, and figuring out how to do something may not be obvious at first glance. The Solutions page contains longer answers to more complicated questions than the FAQ page.

Modding Practices

As you get the hang of the GECK, you'll probably want to start releasing your mods to share you efforts with others, as well as learn how to do things more efficiently. The Modding Practices page has articles on both managing your working style to be more efficient, as well as what you should know before releasing a mod to the public.

Tips and Tricks

The GECK is a powerful tool, and is in fact capable of doing things it wasn't even designed to do! The Tips and Tricks page links to articles on how to get the GECK do fancy tricks like rolling over or playing dead! Actually, kidding on those last two.

Mod Tools

The GECK is powerful, but not all-powerful. The Mod Tools page has information on other Tools that can help in the modding process, such as programs to manage loaded plugins, or to edit data files like meshes and textures.

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