Fist of Rawr
dmg/attack 50 ( 69.5) DPS 97.8 ( 204) crit dmg 75 crit % mult x2 attacks/sec 2 ( 2.9) AP 24 effect Bonus critical chance Bonus critical damage Bonus limb damage x2
Fist of Rawr is a weapon in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on .
The Fist of Rawr is a unique
craftable Unarmed weapon. It is the only deathclaw gauntlet available in the game.
This weapon can only be acquired after defeating
Rawr in the Divide.
Courier have the Wild Wasteland trait, they will craft the Fist of the North Rawr instead. Though it has a different name and a separate Form ID, it is otherwise identical to the standard weapon.
V.A.T.S. Special Attacks Edit
Legend Type of attack - Type of attack Skill required - Skill required Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. - Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. Action point cost - Action point cost Damage per action point - Damage per action point Additional effects - Additional effects
Type of attack Skill required Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. Action point cost Damage per action point Additional effects Normal 0 100 24 4.17 Stomp 50 200 20 10 Only on knocked down enemies Uppercut 50 115 20 5.75 Cross 75 110 20 5.5 2.5x damage to limbs
Note: Unarmed weapons do double normal damage in V.A.T.S.
The Fist of Rawr can successfully strike about 445 times from full
condition before breaking.
This weapon must be
crafted by the Courier.
¹ Craftable without a workbench via a dialogue option with
Veronica, or with ED-E once the Lonesome Road add-on is installed.
Even though Rawr is dark green, the Fist of Rawr is the normal deathclaw color.
Although the game's description of Rawr's Talon says the claw is "noticeably larger than the lesser deathclaws," it is actually smaller than the hand of any variant of deathclaw.
Rawr's Talon is a quest item, and therefore cannot be dropped or removed from the inventory; beginning while in possession of it will allow crafting the Fist of Rawr in the Dead Money Sierra Madre.
Although a medical brace is shown on the weapon, one is not needed to craft it.
Behind the scenes Edit
The name of the Wild Wasteland version, "Fist of the North Rawr," is a reference to the post-apocalyptic anime and manga
Fist of the North Star ( Hokuto no Ken)