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For the comic book series from Fallout 3, see Manta Man (comic book).
 
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Manta Man is a delusional would-be vigilante wandering the Commonwealth in 2287.

BackgroundEdit

Manta Man is a Wastelander who believes himself to be the Hubris Comics superhero of the same name, traveling the Commonwealth to fight evil. He can be found as a random encounter after completing the quest The Silver Shroud.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
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Effects of player's actionsEdit

If dressed as the Silver Shroud, he'll refer to the Sole Survivor as such, and talks/acts similar to them and how they can "talk" like the Silver Shroud during certain dialogue options; most notably when talking to Hancock in-character.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items
- Junk Jet -

NotesEdit

  • Manta Man's Hit Points are based on the same scaling as the game's human companions, although unlike companions he cannot scale past level 50.
  • Because the Junk Jet cannot be properly used by NPCs, Manta Man is unable to equip it and is reduced to fighting with his fists if attacked by enemies while wandering the Wasteland. As a result, despite his above-average health he tends to fare extremely poorly in combat. Like all humanoid NPCs, it is possible for him to pick up and use weapons from a nearby corpse or container during combat, but this seldom occurs.
  • Unlike caravan merchants, provisioners, and settlers, Manta Man is not protected and can be killed by any wandering hostile enemies.
  • A similar vigilante (and a villain) can be found in Fallout 3.

AppearancesEdit

Manta Man appears only in Fallout 4.

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