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They're a couple of mean bastards. Hell, rumor has it that they're half way to trog as it is.Faydra, describing John and his brother.

Grudd Bear is an arena fighter in The Pitt in 2277.

BackgroundEdit

Masters of "claw and paw" combat, John and Grudd Bear are man-mountains with a vicious winning streak in the arena. Thanks to an addiction to RadAway, they are almost impervious to the arena's traps, and the siblings have developed an impressive plan of attack: Grudd holds back, scorching the escaping foe with flamer fire while his brother rips the victim apart with a deathclaw gauntlet.[1]

During the Scourge, his other brother Greg was taken in by the Brotherhood. However, he and John were left behind due to being "too wild and mean".[2]

RelationshipsEdit

Grudd is the brother of John Bear and Greg Bear.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
Essential: Icon cross
Enslavable: Icon cross
Companion: Icon cross
Bounty: Icon cross
Merchant: Icon cross
Repairman: Icon cross
Doctor: Icon cross
Rents bed/room: Icon cross
Starts quests: Icon cross
Involved in quests: Icon check

QuestsEdit

  • Unsafe Working Conditions: The Bear brothers are the second round's only opponents. Grudd will attack with his flamer while his brother slashes through your armor with a deathclaw gauntlet. You'll need to kill both brothers to progress through the arena.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Raider iconoclast armor Flamer - -

NotesEdit

  • Faydra, coordinator of events in The Hole, comments on how the Bear brothers ferocity leads people to believe that they are half trog. It is unknown if this is certain, however.

Notable quotesEdit

AppearancesEdit

Grudd Bear appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
  2. DLC01Quest_DLC01AboutPitt2_0000B3FC_3: For example, they took one survivor, a kid the called "Kodiak". But they left his big brothers behind, because they were too wild and mean. But as it turns out, the Bear Brothers were some of my finest soldiers. At least, until they went up against you. (Ishmael Ashur)