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Fallout 3Yao guai
Ruzka Point Lookout (add-on)Gametitle-FO3 PL
Honest HeartsYao guai
Yao guai cub
Giant yao guai
Ghost of She
 
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Yao Guai are fast, powerful predators, and are descended from the area's black bears.

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Yao guai are a species of mutated American black bears. These creatures are found in the Capital Wasteland and Zion Canyon.

CharacteristicsEdit

Although generally found alone, yao guai exhibit a gentle, familial bond toward one another when found together, provided they do not feel threatened by the observer's presence. Yao guai will attack nearly any other animal or person they encounter, including deathclaws. However, yao guai have been known to be occasionally friendly towards bloatflies. There are tamed yao guai which can be seen following and protecting their masters in the Capital Wasteland. Yao guai are very dangerous, fast and attack quickly.

VariantsEdit

Yao guaiEdit

Yao guai
Gameplay articles: Fallout 3, Honest Hearts

A common adult yao guai.

Scavengers' yao guaiEdit

Yao guai
Gameplay article: Fallout 3

A tamed variant of yao guai owned by scavengers, most likely for protection and companionship.

RuzkaEdit

Yao guai
Gameplay article: Point Lookout

A unique yao guai found in its lair in Point Lookout.

Yao guai cubEdit

Yao guai
Gameplay article: Honest Hearts

A younger specimen of the mutant bear.

Giant yao guaiEdit

Yao guai
Gameplay article: Honest Hearts

Larger versions of yao guai.

Ghost of SheEdit

GhostOfShe
Gameplay article: Honest Hearts

A unique yao guai that can be found in Zion Canyon. She has a flaming body and a giant size, and can create several copies of herself.

Behind the scenesEdit

In Mandarin, yāo guài (妖怪) translates as "monster" or "demon." In Chinese mythology, "yao guai" are usually physical manifestations of the spirits of mistreated animals, or fallen divine animals.

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