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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
* It is possible to kill Caesar in one hit with a throwing spear, rendering this tricky challenge to complete, unless the difficulty is turned up to very hard and a critical hit is not scored.
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* It is possible to kill Caesar in one hit with a throwing spear, rendering this a tricky challenge to complete, unless the difficulty is turned up to very hard and a critical hit is not scored.
 
* Another 500 XP can be easily earned by [[Historical Propriety|finishing Caesar off]] with a [[Knife (Fallout: New Vegas)|knife]] or [[Combat knife (Fallout: New Vegas)|combat knife]].
 
* Another 500 XP can be easily earned by [[Historical Propriety|finishing Caesar off]] with a [[Knife (Fallout: New Vegas)|knife]] or [[Combat knife (Fallout: New Vegas)|combat knife]].
   
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[[Category:Gun Runners' Arsenal challenges]]
 
[[Category:Gun Runners' Arsenal challenges]]
   
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[[ru:Даже богочеловек может истечь кровью]]

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Even a God-King Can Bleed is a two-star (★★) challenge in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Gun Runners' Arsenal.

Challenge requirementsEdit

In order to complete this challenge, the Courier must cripple Caesar's head with a throwing spear. The challenge will not complete if the crippling attack also kills him.

EffectsEdit

Grants 500 XP upon completion.

NotesEdit

  • It is possible to kill Caesar in one hit with a throwing spear, rendering this a tricky challenge to complete, unless the difficulty is turned up to very hard and a critical hit is not scored.
  • Another 500 XP can be easily earned by finishing Caesar off with a knife or combat knife.

Behind the scenesEdit

The name of this challenge is a reference to the film 300. It references King Leonidas telling Xerxes, upon meeting for the first time, "...and before this battle was over, that even a god-king can bleed." Leonidas keeps his word when, during the film's climax, he hurls a throwing spear at Xerxes, cutting his cheek and drawing blood, the Courier's actions mirroring this act.

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