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There are two stories describing the origin of his nickname told by himself in his radio broadcasts. The first ascribes it to him allegedly bursting every blood vessel in his eyes after extreme intoxication from a drinking contest. The other is supposedly from when he first met Colter, saying that Colter called him RedEye due to his lack of sleep giving him bloodshot eyes and making him look "really cool".
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- RedEye may be a pathological liar, as the stories he tells on the radio aren't consistent. For example, he has more than one story for how he got his name. In the same vein, he ascribes a song about lost love to "a friend", although it is obvious he is describing his own experience.
- RedEye's news broadcasts and comments indicate he has a boastful, self-aggrandising personality, repeatedly claiming that he could've been Overboss himself but only chooses not to and describing himself as highly competent and vital to the gangs he previously ran with.
- If the Sole Survivor turns against the raiders, RedEye will do one final broadcast alerting the raiders to this and that he's going to flee before the Survivor can find him. After this, Nuka World Radio becomes silent with the signal still running.
- His real name is Russel. [verification overdue]
- He is the first radio broadcaster in Fallout games to sing his own songs.
- If the raider storyline is completed, he will repeat the same news stories (e.g; Overboss claimed Safari Zone and gave it to the Operators, Overboss captured the bottling plant and gave it to the Pack) as well as addressing the three gangs even if one of them was wiped out during the epilogue.
Sometimes, even after killing the Raider gangs and finishing Open Season, RedEye will still be broadcasting news of the Sole Survivor's achievements for the raider gangs. He will stop broadcasting these news when the player tunes into the radio for some time. [platforms tag needed] [verification overdue]
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