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For an overview of radscorpions in the Fallout series of games, see radscorpion.
Radscorpion
FoModel RadscorpionFo Render radscorpion
variantsRadscorpion
Lesser radscorpion
Nasty radscorpion
Black radscorpion
Lesser black radscorpion
locationCore Region
dialogue fileZClScorp.msg (generic)
 
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Radscorpions are mutated creatures in Fallout and Fallout 2.

BackgroundEdit

Main article: Radscorpion

Radscorpions are mutated from the North American Emperor scorpion,[1][2] which were prolific in many pet stores at the time of the Great War.[3] Contrary to many expectations, their venom grew more potent when they mutated rather than becoming diluted. Though considered nocturnal and sensitive to light, radscorpions can be found active during the daytime in the areas they inhabit. Samples of their venom can be used to make antivenom.

CharacteristicsEdit

BiologyEdit

The radscorpion is a large, poisonous creature that not only deals high damage but it can also poison the player with its deadly venom. Be ready for a good fight if you don't intend on running if you see one of these threatening creatures.

Game attributesEdit

Radscorpions, of all variants, are vicious enemies. They have rock-solid carapaces which can withstand considerable amounts of damage, and their stingers are filled with potent poison. They almost always gather in packs of at least four individuals, and are incredibly deadly to unprepared players.

VariantsEdit

RadscorpionEdit

FoModel Radscorpion

Radscorpions are vicious enemies, armored in chitinous carapace and armed with powerful pincers and a poison-filled stinger. They pose a serious threat when encountered in large numbers.

Name (Proto ID)StatisticsDT/DRAbilities
Radscorpion fo1Gametitle-FO1
00000011
Experience PointsIcon XP
110
Hit PointIcon heart
26
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
15
SequenceIcon sequence
4
Action PointsIcon action
7
Melee DamageIcon melee
6
Critical ChanceIcon chance
2%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
2-0%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
4-50%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
2-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%
attackIcon attack
Melee (1-8 DamageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Radscorpion poison poisonIcon poison
Radscorpion fo2Gametitle-FO2
00000006
Experience PointsIcon XP
110
Hit PointIcon heart
26
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
5
SequenceIcon sequence
4
Action PointsIcon action
7
Melee DamageIcon melee
6
Critical ChanceIcon chance
2%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
2-0%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
4-50%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
2-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%
attackIcon attack
Melee (1-8 DamageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Radscorpion poison poisonIcon poison

Lesser radscorpionEdit

FO2 Small radscorpion

Lesser radscorpions are diminutive when compared to their larger brethren, and pose less of a threat. Nonetheless, their stingers still inject deadly radscorpion poison into their foes, and as such are dangerous to unprepared travellers.

Name (Proto ID)StatisticsDT/DRAbilities
Lesser radscorpion fo2Gametitle-FO2
00000005
Experience PointsIcon XP
60
Hit PointIcon heart
10
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
3
SequenceIcon sequence
4
Action PointsIcon action
5
Melee DamageIcon melee
4
Critical ChanceIcon chance
2%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
0-0%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
2-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
0-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
0-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-15%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
0-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%
attackIcon attack
Melee (1-6 DamageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Radscorpion poison poisonIcon poison

Nasty radscorpionEdit

FoModel Radscorpion
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Name (Proto ID)StatisticsDT/DRAbilities
Nasty radscorpion
00000166 fo1Gametitle-FO1
Experience PointsIcon XP
210
Hit PointIcon heart
34
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
27
SequenceIcon sequence
10
Action PointsIcon action
8
Melee DamageIcon melee
12
Critical ChanceIcon chance
?
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
0-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
0-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
0-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
0-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
0-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%

Black radscorpionEdit

FoModel Radscorpion
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Name (Proto ID)StatisticsDT/DRAbilities
Black radscorpion fo2Gametitle-FO2
00000356
Experience PointsIcon XP
220
Hit PointIcon heart
50
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
5
SequenceIcon sequence
6
Action PointsIcon action
5
Melee DamageIcon melee
12
Critical ChanceIcon chance
3%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
4-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
5-60%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
3-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
3-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-35%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
0-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%
attackIcon attack
Melee (1-14 DamageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Radscorpion poison poisonIcon poison

Lesser black radscorpionEdit

FO2 Small radscorpion
Name (Proto ID)StatisticsDT/DRAbilities
Lesser black radscorpion fo2Gametitle-FO2
00000355
Experience PointsIcon XP
110
Hit PointIcon heart
26
Healing RateIcon healing
2
Armor ClassIcon shield bronze
5
SequenceIcon sequence
4
Action PointsIcon action
7
Melee DamageIcon melee
10
Critical ChanceIcon chance
2%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: NormalIcon damage
2-0%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: LaserIcon laser
4-50%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: FireIcon fire
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: PlasmaIcon plasma
2-10%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ElectricalIcon electrical
0-30%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: ExplosiveIcon explosion
0-20%
Damage Threshold/Damage Resistance: EMPIcon EMP
0-500%
attackIcon attack
Melee (1-12 DamageIcon damage)
attackIcon attack
Radscorpion poison poisonIcon poison

AppearancesEdit

The regular radscorpion appears in both Fallout and Fallout 2. The nasty radscorpion appears only in Fallout and the lesser, the black lesser and the regular black radscorpion appears only in Fallout 2.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Razlo dialogue file[1] - "They seem to be extremely large versions of the north American Emperor scorpion." In-game spelling, punctuation and/or grammarIcon sic
  2. Chris Avellone, Fallout Bible 1 - "The radscorpions are a result of a combination of radiation and the FEV virus, and Razlo in Shady Sands is correct - they were originally Emperor Scorpions that have grown... big."
  3. Herbert Dashwood's terminal entries. [1]

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