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In the Pitt DLC, you can either side with the Pitt Raiders or Pitt Slaves. Which group do you think is better to side with?--Bepease2269 20:08, June 6, 2012 (UTC)bepease2269


Personally, i usually side with the raiders because after you finish the main quest you can gain access to their cache. For example you can still make transactions with Friday --LarryRayVaughan 11:47, June 7, 2012 (UTC)

I only sided with the Raiders once, but usually side with slaves. It feels wrong helping the Raiders because they are depicted as murderers and thieves. But I feel like they are different in the Pitt. Though they act like typical Raiders, their actions actually help people. They may act mean and aggressive, their reasons for acting this way are for a greater cause. They are trying to make Pittsburgh a better and livable place. The slaves see their actions as harmful and feel a great change is needed. Their intentions are pure, but their plans to make this change aren't. So it is always a tough decision to make when choosing a side. Morally it is right to choose the slaves, but in every other way, it is better to choose the Raiders.--Bepease2269 18:54, June 7, 2012 (UTC)bepease2269

I side with Ashur. Apart from being awesome, he has a sound plan for the Pitt, commands a strong army, with an industrial base, and aims to make Pitt self-sufficent, rather than a Raider parasite. Wernher was one of Ashur's lieutenants and I find him too slimy for my tastes. Besides, siding with him means that the Pitt, a city with slaves and an army, is now going to be just a city of (former) slaves, with the experienced army all dead. So, in essence, helping Wernher means dooming the Pitt. Personal_Sig_Image.gif Tagaziel (call!) 19:06, June 7, 2012 (UTC)

I choose the Slaves because of the way the Raiders treat them. You do bring up a good point though. Ashur does have a sound plan for the Pitt. It is never stated what Werhner's plans are for the Pitt. He never says what his plans are for an army, how he is going to repopulate the Pitt, or how they will make money. So I now feel siding with the Raiders is better than siding with Werhner. I would still side with the slaves, just if Werhner was not with them. Maybe if Madea was in charge instead. She seems to actually have good intentions while Werhner is only doing it to take over Ashur's position.--Bepease2269 21:24, June 8, 2012 (UTC)bepease2269

i killed practically everyone including the trogs ,can't find that last ignot though Leemp83 (talk) 11:55, July 21, 2012 (UTC)

You may have noticed that the moral dilema is astounding and Bethesda has outdone themselves setting up the situation.

- Help the slaves at the risk of a baby and cure.

- Help Ashur for a long time goal (that may never be.)

These two decisions reap two different awards, siding with Ashur will award the following: ammo press; to collect and return teddy bears to Sandra; are given access to continue collecting steel ingots for Everett; are given the perk Booster Shot, which increases rad resistance by 10%; and will still be able to use the merchants. To follow Wernher 's suggestion you will receive: Everything on Ashur's side including keys to weapon stocks held by the raiders and also the possibility to become the king of the Pitt, read more on the wiki. [1]

Hope you make the "Right" decision

--Psychstix - - "For The Wiki, and Only For The Wiki!" (talk) 15:46, July 23, 2012 (UTC)

I just finished my first playthrough of The Pitt. I didn't notice any moral dilemma. I killed all the slavers -- an easy choice -- and I left the baby & her mother alone -- also an easy choice. Unfortunately, those choices led slaves to inexplicably believe I was hostile to them, and they tried to kill me. (That was their mistake; they are dead now.) It also led slavers to inexplicably believe I was friendly to them. (That was also a mistake; they are dead now too.) The consequences were kind of messed-up, but I have no doubt about the moral propriety of my choices. TC0 (talk) 23:06, July 29, 2012 (UTC)

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