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I already fought my way outta there once. There ain't no force in The Pitt that could make me go back there again. Not you, not Ashur, not anything. Got it?

Reddup is a Pitt raider in The Pitt in 2277.

BackgroundEdit

Although loyal to Ashur (almost to a fault), Reddup is overzealous when it comes to administering punishment on supposed misdemeanors and crimes perpetrated by Pitt slaves. Seething with rage, he doesn't think twice about executing those he deems to have wronged him, and he has a special type of rage reserved for the subhuman trogs. He regularly snipes at any trog incursions with whooping glee.[1]

Reddup is a former slave who fought his way up through the arena. He is one of only four non-player characters to have achieved this; the others are Gruber, Squill, and Hammer.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

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

QuestsEdit

  • Into The Pitt: If you have chosen not to don a slave disguise nor to claim to be a slave when confronted, Reddup will lead your "welcoming committee" by beating you into unconsciousness. This applies whether you are "applying for a job" or you killed the guards outside.

Other interactionsEdit

  • After you win your freedom, you can challenge Reddup to a one-on-one rematch; this will cause him to become hostile and attack. Killing him during the "rematch" will not cause others in the area to become hostile.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Raider armor Gametitle-FO3 TP Hunting rifle or
sawed-off shotgun or
assault rifle
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AppearancesEdit

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

Behind the scenesEdit

Reddup's name comes from the expression, "redd up", Pittsburgh slang for "tidy up" or "clean up".

ReferencesEdit