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For an overview of cyberdogs in the Fallout series, see Cyberdog.
Cyberdog
FNVRex
variantsMilitary cyberdog
Police cyberdog
cutIcon cut Cyberdog
locationBig MT
 
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If you think braving the Cyberdogs of X-8 makes you... brave, intruder, it is no use. All Cyberdogs are under my command, and they will bite you.

Dr. Mobius

Cyberdogs, also spelled as cyber dogs, are creatures found in Big MT and the Mojave Wasteland.

VariantsEdit

Military cyberdogEdit

MilitaryCyberdog

The military cyber dog is immune to the Animal Friend perk, has a sonic bark used as a weapon, and has a chance to knock down the player character with its melee attack. They also appear to have the ability to self heal/repair themselves, similar to the Mk II Securitrons.

Name (Base ID)StatisticsBehaviorAbilitiesItems
Military cyberdog
xx00cb1f
LevelIcon level
5
Experience PointsIcon XP
10
PerceptionIcon eye
5
Hit pointsIcon heart
75
Damage ThresholdIcon shield gold
2
Damage ResistanceIcon shield silver
?
Gamebryo AI attributes#AggressionIcon fist
Aggressive: Will attack enemies on sight.Icon requiredIcon optionalIcon optional
Gamebryo AI attributes#ConfidenceIcon confidence
Foolhardy: Will never flee or avoid anyone.Icon requiredIcon requiredIcon requiredIcon required
Gamebryo AI attributes#AssistanceIcon group
Helps friends: Will help friends and allies.Icon requiredIcon required
attackIcon attack
Melee (40 damageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Sonic bark (36 damageIcon damage)

Police cyberdogEdit

PoliceCyberdog

A slightly weaker variety of the military cyberdog, police cyberdogs may contain several types of small energy cells on death. They can be distinguished from military cyberdogs by their unique black and white paint, as well as the red and blue reflective patches on their backs. Notably, they appear in a class room in the X-8 testing facility during the Old World Blues quest X-8 Data Retrieval Test.

Name (Base ID)StatisticsBehaviorAbilitiesItems
Police cyberdog
xx00ad04
LevelIcon level
0.8
Experience PointsIcon XP
8
PerceptionIcon eye
10
Hit pointsIcon heart
22
Damage ThresholdIcon shield gold
2
Damage ResistanceIcon shield silver
?
Gamebryo AI attributes#AggressionIcon fist
Unaggressive: Will not initiate combat.Icon optionalIcon optionalIcon optional
Gamebryo AI attributes#ConfidenceIcon confidence
Cowardly: Will always avoid combat/flee.Icon optionalIcon optionalIcon optionalIcon optional
Gamebryo AI attributes#AssistanceIcon group
Helps nobody: Will not help anyone.Icon optionalIcon optional
attackIcon attack
Melee (30 damageIcon damage)

CyberdogEdit

Icon cut contentThe following is based on Fallout: New Vegas cut content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
FNVRex

The cyberdog is a non-militarized version of the police/military cyberdog. It was more likely used for companionship rather than combat, as it relies on its speed and bite strength alone for offensive power.

Only one instance of the civilian cyberdog exists. It is visually identical to Rex and is explicitly identified as a test version in its Editor ID ("NVDLC03CyberDog01TEST"). It does not appear anywhere in Old World Blues.

Name (Base ID)StatisticsBehaviorAbilitiesItems
Cyberdog
xx0104de
LevelIcon level
5
Experience PointsIcon XP
10
PerceptionIcon eye
0
Hit pointsIcon heart
75
Damage ThresholdIcon shield gold
2
Damage ResistanceIcon shield silver
0%
Gamebryo AI attributes#AggressionIcon fist
Aggressive: Will attack enemies on sight.Icon requiredIcon optionalIcon optional
Gamebryo AI attributes#ConfidenceIcon confidence
Foolhardy: Will never flee or avoid anyone.Icon requiredIcon requiredIcon requiredIcon required
Gamebryo AI attributes#AssistanceIcon group
Helps friends: Will help friends and allies.Icon requiredIcon required
attackIcon attack
Melee (80 damageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Sonic bark (36 damageIcon damage)
Icon cut contentEnd of information based on Fallout: New Vegas cut content.

Notable cyberdogsEdit

NotesEdit

  • Cyberdogs are almost universally referred to in conversation using the single-word ("cyberdog") spelling, but the actual creatures themselves use the two-word ("cyber dog") spelling for their name.
  • Rex is a cyberdog that is obtainable as a companion by speaking with The King in Freeside.
  • The police and military cyberdogs are variants appearing in Old World Blues.
  • In Old World Blues, a police cyberdog named Roxie can be created at the X-8 research center (by splicing a robot and a dog together), becoming a temporary companion for the Courier while inside the facility. She will not follow the Courier outside, waiting instead near the entrance door. If she dies, Roxie can be "revived" by creating another cyberdog.
  • The cyberdogs in Old World Blues are unaffected by the Animal Friend perk.
Perk wild wastelandThe following is based on the Wild Wasteland trait and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
  • When passing the room in the X-8 research center, where the dogs are normally being educated, they will instead be playing poker.
Perk wild wastelandEnd of information based on the Wild Wasteland trait.

BugsEdit

pcIcon pc The mesh file for the braincase used by military cyberdogs suffers from a flaw which renders it untextured and invisible, rather than a glowing yellow to compliment the glowing green and glowing red seen on normal and police cyberdogs, respectively. This leaves the military cyberdog's brain apparently floating in mid-air with no obvious means of containment. [verified]

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