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Powers & Abilities Protectrons are clunky humanoid robots, perhaps 5’6” in height. They are slow and ungainly, but seem about as strong as most men. They are equipped with light lasers (one in each hand and reportedly one in the head). Howbeit they can only use one at...

(Ian, Dogmeat, Tycho and Katja)
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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. This article is about the very first Fallout game only. As a consequence, the portraits in the...

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Powers & Abilities Deathclaws are among the most dangerous denizens of the wastelands. They are incredibly fast and ferocious, their hide can all but ignore most attacks including common firearms, and their huge claws can cleave a man in two. They also have superior olfactory and auditory...

(Jolene Hassan profile #1 - Junktown)
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The protagonist of the game, the “Vault Dweller”, is an indeterminate figure with no past and no characterisation, and is implicitly male (though characters of both genders can be created). Our sample Vault Dweller is thus an original creation. Her entire past is made up for...

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Context The Fallout video games series (1997-present) takes place in an over-the-top post-apocalyptic setting. It mixes a Mad Max aspect, 1950s atomic horror conventions and various “after the Bomb” influences. For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character ...

(Alessa-Maria Hassan) (Profile #1 - Arroyo)
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When it comes to Fallout : Our example Vault Dweller is Jolene Hassan. Our example Chosen One is Alessandra-Maria Hassan. Our example Lone Wanderer is Dr. Athena Griffin. And our example Courrier is Noora “Norse Savage” Savolainen. There’s more context to be explained...

(Fallout mutant)
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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. Powers & Abilities These nightmarish creatures are large and remarkably robust – they’re...

(Dr. Athena Griffin)
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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. This profile is the first in a series. It describes the character at, in Fallout 3 terms, level 1 to...

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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay – see our video games...

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They are even more deformed and do not seem to have human-level intelligence. They do not appear to communicate (or even grunt), and are extremely aggressive. Some “abominable mutants” roam the Capital Wasteland alone, but most accompany normal super-mutants as a sort of attack...