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For the quest, see The Silver Shroud.

Death has come for you... and I am its Shroud!

— Silver Shroud

The Silver Shroud is a fictional character in the Fallout world and the protagonist of the Silver Shroud franchise.


The Silver Shroud is a fictional character created by Hubris Comics. He is a mysterious vigilante who prowls the streets of Boston, terrorizing criminals across the city. He is always depicted wearing a long black trench coat with a silver scarf, a black fedora, and wielding a Silver submachine gun as his preferred weapon. His former love interest, the Mistress of Mystery, is a regular accomplice of his.

According to Kent Connolly, a fan of the character, he did battle with Captain Cosmos in 2071 during a Thanksgiving crossover episode of his radio serial. Additionally, he appeared regularly as a member of The Unstoppables, along with other Hubris Comics heroes such as Grognak the Barbarian.


  • If disguised as the Silver Shroud while speaking to The Mechanist, The Mechanist will refer to the Sole Survivor as such.
  • Porter Gage will dislike the Sole Survivor using Silver Shroud speech options while he is a companion.


The Silver Shroud is seen exclusively in Fallout 4.

Behind the scenesEdit

50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
  • The Silver Shroud might be a reference to the 1936 fictional vigilante, The Green Hornet, as both of them are vigilantes clad in trench coats, use fire-weapons, have martial artist sidekicks and they are part of a multimedia franchise spawned from radio serials to live action TV programs.
  • Alternatively, the Silver Shroud could be a reference to the Batman: The Animated Series episode Beware the Gray Ghost, which features an old TV hero named The Gray Ghost, wearing similar outfit to the Silver Shroud.
  • The Silver Shroud may also be a reference to The Shadow, who debuted in 1930 on the radio program Detective Story Hour, and in The Shadow Magazine in 1931. The character later received his own radio program The Shadow in 1937 and appeared in film serials throughout the 1930s and 1940s.
50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.

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