| || For the developer, see Chris Avellone.|
For the Fallout Tactics character, see Chris Avellone (Fallout Tactics).
What do you want?
Chris Avellone is, around 2161, the most feared bounty hunter in the Wastes.
Chris Avellone and his entourage hunt down transgressors for profit and thrill. He has an abrupt attitude and is serious about his money. He does not like child killers or any annoying people for that matter.
Interactions with the player character
- Chris is found in a small, ruined building just west of the Followers of the Apocalypse library along with three thugs. Presumably, because they all carry weapons and fight alongside him, the thugs are part of Chris Avoellone's team.
- When spoken to, most dialogue choices just end with a shove towards the door. However, when Chris is first told the player character "wants a 'donut' ", Chris takes it as bad humor. The second time, he gets annoyed and attacks.
Tell me about
|Chris Avellone's Tell-Me-Abouts|
|Adytum||A small town to the south. Occasionally some of them visit.|
|Followers||Those are the peace loving freaks who live near us.|
|Cathedral||A strange cult south of Adytum and the rest of the Boneyard. Nicole says that they are up to something.|
|Rippers||An ultra-violent gang to our west.|
|Blades||A gang to the east. They use vibro-knives.|
|Gun [Runners]||A gang that came from the Hub, and sells guns. They are north of here.|
|Hub||The Hub is a large city of traders and businesses, to the east.|
|Junktown||Junktown is a small city just north of the Hub.|
|Nicole||She's the leader of the Followers.|
|Boneyard||This place is the Angel's Boneyard, the remnants of the old city of Los Angeles.|
|Combat armor||Assault rifle||Knife x2
10mm AP x24
10mm JHP x24
5mm JHP x100
5mm AP x100
Throwing knife x3
Bottle cap x55
Behind the scenes
It's just a joke from Jess Heinig, one of the programmers. It's one of the five billion developer in-jokes in Fallout 1 and 2. The fellow [Avellone] has no past, and no future.”
Also, a possible joke of how Interplay wasn't paying him enough (or at all) is referenced.