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Typhon
Fo2 Typhon
Biography
raceGhoul
sexMale
affiliationBroken Hills
roleCitizen
locationBroken Hills Residential
familySet - father
Gameplay
appearancesFallout 2
questsTyphon's Treasure
Statistics
base SPECIAL6 ST, 4 PE, 6 EN, 3 CH, 5 IN, 4 AG, 4 LK
derived statsHit Points: 50
Experience Points: 100
Armor Class: 4
Action Points: 7
Carry Weight: 125
Melee Damage: 1
Sequence: 8
Healing Rate: 2
tag skills
Barter:50
Melee Weap.:60
Science:50
prototype id00000173
dialogue fileHctyphon.msg
 
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Another waste-baby, huh? Hey, kid, you want to know a secret?

Typhon is a ghoul living in Broken Hills in 2241.

BackgroundEdit

Typhon is the son of Set. He is not a born ghoul, but rather was Set's son before they turned into ghouls after the Great War. He agrees with the assessment that his father is "a real bastard". He had a stash hidden in a well in Broken Hills, which turned out to be little more than worthless bottle caps.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
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QuestsEdit

  • Typhon's Treasure: He wants the Chosen One to find some objects such as a Cat's Paw magazine, a rubber doll, either a plant or a rot gut. After all of this hard work, Typhon will tell them that he hid the "treasure" somewhere in Downtown; more precisely in a Town Well. However, as the Chosen One is too big, and cannot fit in the well, some smaller assistance is needed.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items
Torn clothing - -

NotesEdit

After giving Typhon a rubber doll, several hours later he will be carrying a damaged rubber doll.

AppearancesEdit

Typhon appears only in Fallout 2.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • In Greek mythology Typhon was the final son of Gaia and Tartarus, sent to kill Zeus for imprisoning the Titans, and the father of Cerberus, the Hydra, Chimera, and Sphinx.
  • The Greeks also made a connection with Typhon and the Ancient Egyptian god Set. This reference connects Typhon with his father.

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