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AntAgonizer
Tanya Christoff
Biography
raceHuman, Caucasian
sexFemale
affiliationGiant ants
The Mechanist
roleThe AntAgonizer
locationAntAgonizer's lair
Canterbury Commons
age27
Gameplay
appearancesFallout 3
questsThe Superhuman Gambit
Statistics
karmaEvil
base SPECIAL5 ST, 5 PE, 4 EN, 7 CH, 5 IN, 5 AG, 5 LK
modified SPECIAL5 ST, 5 PE, 4 EN, 6 CH, 5 IN, 6 AG, 5 LK
derived stats
Hit Points:35→80
Critical Chance:5%
Unarmed Dam.:1.15
Poison Resist.:15%
Rad. Resist.:6%
Carry Weight:200
Damage Res.:16% (42%)
tag skills
Barter:42→87 (40→85)
Melee Weap.:40→85
Speech:42→87 (40→85)
level3→12
voice actorShari Elliker
base id00036c1c
ref id00037225
dialogue fileAntAgonizer.txt
 
Gametitle-FO3
Gametitle-FO3

Hahaha! Bow, peasant! Bow before the Ant Queen!

The AntAgonizer (real name Tanya Christoff) is a "supervillain" located in the town of Canterbury Commons in 2277. She possesses control over giant ants and is fighting her nemesis, the Mechanist. She is dressed in an ant costume, comically emulating a supervillain.

BackgroundEdit

Tanya Christoff was born in 2250 and is 27. Tanya's parents made their living as caravan drivers before they were killed by ants, when Tanya was still a child. The event made Tanya lose herself in the world of Hubris Comics's characters, and she came to befriend the insects that spared her life. Tanya Christoff, now known as the AntAgonizer, thinks that Canterbury Commons - a major location in the trading route her parents helped put on the map - is a blight on the wasteland. Locals used to see Christoff lurking in a sewer system to the north of town, covered in mud and dirt. Giant ants eventually started hanging around. She disappeared for a few months and reappeared as the AntAgonizer, harassing the town ever since.[1]

A terminal in Hubris Comics contains a letter to the editor mentioning the AntAgonizer as one of Grognak the Barbarian's villains. The letter expresses disappointment saying the villain "never developed fully." The AntAgonizer's background story matches the comic book and she was to appear in Grognak and the Ants of Agony, but the comic was thrown out because of bad writing.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
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Enslavable: noIcon cross
Companion: noIcon cross
Bounty: yesIcon check
Merchant: noIcon cross
Repairman: noIcon cross
Doctor: noIcon cross
Rents bed/room: noIcon cross
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Involved in quests: yesIcon check

QuestsEdit

Effects of player's actionsEdit

  • Wrath of the AntAgonizer: If the Lone Wanderer sides with the AntAgonizer during "The Superhuman Gambit," there is a random encounter later on in which they find the AntAgonizer and a group of her ants attacking a group of wastelanders. The AntAgonizer is neutral towards the Wanderer, but will turn hostile if they attack her ants.
  • The Lone Wanderer can convince her to stop harassing the town without passing the Speech challenge. If she is told that the Wanderer knows where she got the inspiration for her AntAgonizer identity, and convinces her that there may be a second chance for her, she will give up her costume and leave. The player character will gain Karma if they manage to convince the AntAgonizer to give up her superhuman identity; she may then be seen wandering the Wasteland near Megaton without her AntAgonizer costume.

InventoryEdit

NotesEdit

  • Talking to Joe Porter reveals that her name is Tanya Christoff. He also offers insight into her (apparent) madness.
  • If the Lone Wanderer help the Antagonizer during this quest, she can be found wandering the wasteland with her ants in a random encounter.
  • Her costume can be obtained through speech with the Lady Killer perk.
  • It is possible to get an extra copy of her armor or an extra copy of her helmet via exploits/glitches. See Fallout 3 exploits for instructions.
  • The AntAgonizer will also give her unique knife, the Ant's Sting, as a reward if the Mechanist is either killed or convinced to give up and his costume brought to here.
  • If the idea is to not go through the cavern leading to the AntAgonizer, there is a locked sewer grate on the top of the hill leading to the back entrance. The Lone Wanderer will have to hop on some rocks to get there, but this route takes them straight to the throne room where the quest can be quickly finished.
    • In addition, by way of the back entrance if the Lone Wanderer has not gone into Canterbury Commons yet, mines can be placed around her throne which will detonate instantly upon returning to talk to her after the confrontation in town. This will save a small amount of time fighting her.
  • If the Lone Wanderer gets the Mechanist's costume by killing or convincing him to stop and confronts the AntAgonizer using the Mechanist's costume, she will act like the Wanderer is him and will say that "he finally came to their final battle" and will attack with a Ripper instead of the Ant's Sting and some soldier ants.

AppearancesEdit

Tanya Christoff/The AntAgonizer appears only in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenesEdit

"Antagonizer" is a play on words. As well as having the word ant in it, an antagonist is a character who opposes the protagonist.

BugsEdit

pcIcon pc xbox360Icon xbox360 Sometimes she can glitch and end up standing outside of Megaton, still dressed in her costume but unaccompanied by her ants. This bug can occur if The Superhuman Gambit was completed without visiting her. [verified]

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide

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