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Creatures are living beings found throughout the wastelands. They are separate from both humans and plants. Some variants of creatures were alive before the war, while others emerged in the years following. Others do not appear in game and instead are noted with a mentioned only icon below.























  1. The Chosen One: "{144}{}{So what makes it so hard?}"
    Skeev: "{147}{}{Since most Outsiders can't read, do trigonometry, or spell "Australopithecus," you figure it out. It's just an excuse to keep Outsiders from becoming Citizens.}"
  2. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries; Herpotologist exam
  3. Dave: "{146}{}When I was sixteen, I lost my cousin to a badger."
    (Dave's dialogue)
  4. Sensor module specs
  5. 5.0 5.1 Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; terminal, Receipt: 1/11/2076
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries; Entomologist exam
  7. Bison Steve sign
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Dane: "{127}{}{So are penguins. And gyro buffalo. They shoot them out of great big bison guns. You gotta watch out for those buffalo women. They'll drop a bison on you so fast, you won't know what hit you! Ha!}"
    (Dane's dialogue) Note: This line is a part of Dane's insane ramblings.
  9. Raul Tejada: "I was in pretty bad shape in the end, though. I don't know how long I laid there with the sun baking me and the buzzards chomping at me."
    (Raul's dialogue)
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Scout Leader Jaggy"This lake was once home to numerous species of fish including walleye, musky, perch, bullhead catfish, carp... well, you get the point."
    (Jaggy's dialogue)
  11. Nahant Oceanological Society terminal entries; Increased Toxicity
  12. Robert House: "No, they greatly prefer the sort of technology that puts people in hospitals. Or graves, rather, since hospitals went the way of the Dodo."
    (Robert House's dialogue)
  13. Boulder City sign
  14. Myron's character description: "{200}{}{You see a pasty-faced teenager. His hair is greasy, and he smells faintly of formaldehyde.}"
    "{201}{}{You see Myron. He's looking around like a ferret.}"
    "{202}{}{You see Myron. He sniffs occasionally, as if he has a cold.}"
    "{203}{}{You see Myron. He looks bored.}"
    "{204}{}{You see Myron. As you watch, he gives a wide yawn, then rubs his eyes.}"
  15. Charleston Capitol Building terminal entries; Grafton Steel
  16. 16.0 16.1 Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; terminal, Receipt: 8/2/2077
  17. Story Time Miss Nanny: "Jack steals a bag of gold coins and brings them back down the beanstalk. Then he returns to steal a goose that lays golden eggs."
    (Miss Nanny's dialogue)
  18. Cover of Guns and Bullets: Future of Hunting
  19. Camp Guardian daily log
  20. The Chosen One: "{461}{}{Where did Jet come from?}"
    Renesco: "{450}{}{(Points at Myron.) Why don't you ask your little horny toad friend there? I'm sure he'd be happy to tell you. (Glares at Myron.) Right, kid?}"
    (Renesco's dialogue)
  21. Jefferson Memorial terminal entries; Bigsley's terminal, Big Town Report
  22. Jefferson Memorial terminal entries; Bigsley's terminal, MIA
  23. The Chosen One: "{346}{}{A little. Do you not like your mother?}"
    Christopher Wright: "{365}{}{(Shrugs.) She just doesn't pay attention to what's going on around her. I love her n' all, but sometimes, she's as blind as a mule.}"
    (Christopher Wright's dialogue)
  24. The Chosen One: "{346}{}{A little. Do you not like your mother?}"
    Christopher Wright: "{366}{}{Well, not long ago, she charged into our alcohol still here and busted up the place, destroying our entire cash crop! I love her n' all, but sometimes she's as blind as a mule.}"
    (Christopher Wright's dialogue) Note: This is the response should Ethyl Wright destroy the Wright Family stills during the quest Bust up Wright's still beneath the train station.
  25. Ethyl Wright: "{525}{}{Here you go. Everything in this locker is yours. Some money to help you in your travels… and a handy tool that I have found useful in pounding sense into the particularly mule-headed. Thank you for all you've done.}"
    (Ethyl Wright's dialogue) Note: This line is for a successful conclusion to the quest Bust up Wright's still beneath the train station.[verification needed]
  26. The Courier: "What's the difference?"
    Simon: "Lasers have a high rate of fire, but not a lot of stopping power. Plasma on the other hand is slow as a mule, but with a kick to match."
    (Simon's dialogue)
  27. Jaggy: "Native Americans once used dogwood root to lure muskrats into traps."
    (Jaggy's dialogue)
  28. The Chosen One: "{137}{}{Okay, what does it do?}"
    Harold: "{138}{hld6}{Need a little time on the whetstone yourself, huh? I mean they are not too bright. Here’s an example. The other day I get a report. On it, it says the main coolant valve should be shut down. That woulda caused a meltdown that would make the Grand Canyon look like a pig wallow.}"
  29. Story Time Miss Nanny mentions pigs during the story "Three Little Pigs" that she will tell to the Vault Dweller as part of a random encounter.
    Story Time Miss Nanny: "The third pig also purchased a General Atomics International Mr. Handy robot to help with daily chores around the house, which is a sound investment."
    (Miss Nanny's dialogue)
  30. FEV experiment disk
  31. Dead Horse: "No! Shtay len tahbah mah ee." (No! Thieving Raccoon.)
    (Language of the Dead Horses)
  32. Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; terminal, Receipt: 10/7/2077
  33. 33.0 33.1 Jaggy: "What's the only difference between a slug and a snail? Why, the shell, of course!"
    (Jaggy's dialogue)
  34. Nahant Oceanological Society terminal entries
  35. Diamond City security: "Heard different raider groups are carving up Concord like Christmas turkey.
    (Diamond City security dialogue)
  36. Museum of History T-Rex display
  37. Unearthed T-Rex skeleton
  38. Dinky the T-Rex
  39. Dinky the T-Rex souvenir
  40. T-Rex skull as depicted on the Pioneer Scout Archeologist possum badge
  41. Museum of History woolly mammoth display