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Coyotes almost always travel in packs like their wolf cousins. They have sharp teeth and will frequently knock a target over, in which they will then attack the head of their prey.
Coyote den motherEdit
Den mothers stay back while the others are off hunting, and looks after her pups. If any danger comes, they will protect their pups with their lives.
Coyote pack alphaEdit
Coyote pack alphas watch over the pack and protect them from dangers that may come their way.
The offspring of a coyote. They are smaller and weaker than normal coyotes, and will more often than not go down in one hit, on par with radroaches in terms of durability.
Wild mutant coyoteEdit
|The following is based on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2 and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Imagine a large, wolf sized coyote trying to bite your face off. Now imagine a pack of them. Sounds like fun? Then you'll love these scavengers! They hunt in groups, and they're always looking for a little meal to tide them over until nighttime.
|End of information based on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel 2.|