|Name||Death Counts Towards Challenge?||Base ID||Ref ID||Location|
|Atticus||001602ab||0015a04e||Caesar's Legion safehouse|
|Aurelius of Phoenix||0012b512||0012d6e2||Cottonwood Cove|
|Canyon Runner||0012b514||0012fcb3||Cottonwood Cove|
|Cursor Lucullus||0012b515||0012fcb4||Cottonwood Cove, The Fort|
|Decanus Severus||0012b513||0012fcb2||Cottonwood Cove|
|Gaius Magnus||00c1f7||00c1f8||Dry Wells|
|Cato Hostilius||0013f371||0013f372||Hoover Dam|
|Legate Lanius||001300aa||00137a9d||Legate's camp|
|Alerio||0013a5fe||????????||New Vegas Strip|
|Vulpes Inculta||001300e2||0013bf5b||Nipton, The Fort|
|Karl||00140e60||00140e71||Red Rock Canyon|
Grants 1,000 XP upon completion.
- Kills made with Paciencia, the Medicine Stick, hunting revolvers, the Ranger Sequoia or the La Longue Carabine are all confirmed to count towards this challenge. The Survivalist's rifle does not count towards the challenge despite being a unique service rifle, as add-ons cannot interact.
- Despite being part of Caesar's Legion and being unique (i.e., non-generic characters), the following NPCs do not count towards this challenge: Disguised Frumentarius, Legionary blacksmith, Legionary instructor and the Legionary main gate guard.
- To use Silus to progress this challenge, he must be released during Silus Treatment, as none of the required weapons can be brought into his cell.
- This challenge is not repeatable.
Behind the scenesEdit
The name of this challenge is a reference to Richard Overton's 1646 pamphlet An Arrow Against All Tyrants, which inspired the American Constitution. It also alludes to the embossment on the barrel of the Ranger Sequoia: "For Honorable Service Against All Tyrants." This second allusion is further supported by the fact that all listed weapons are typical issue for the NCR Army or Ranger corps.