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*This encounter does not have a proper name on the main map, yet appears as a smaller green circle like the rest of the special encounters.
 
*This encounter does not have a proper name on the main map, yet appears as a smaller green circle like the rest of the special encounters.
 
*The bunnies are not visible, but are displayed as gray dots on the map.
 
*The bunnies are not visible, but are displayed as gray dots on the map.
*It is possible to kill the bunnies by using [[explosive]] weapons, such as [[frag grenades]] or [[rocket]]s. However, this greatly reduces your standing in the [[Brotherhood of Steel]].
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*It is possible to kill the bunnies by using [[explosive]] weapons, such as [[Frag grenade (Fallout Tactics)|frag grenades]] or [[Rocket (Fallout Tactics)|rockets]]. However, this greatly reduces your standing in the [[Brotherhood of Steel]].
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Revision as of 06:17, September 3, 2011

 
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EvereddyBunnies

Boastful Bunnies

Evereddy Bunnies is a special encounter in Fallout Tactics.

In this encounter, you'll find forty small, transparent mechanical bunnies roaming around a deserted plain. There is nothing of note to be found or picked up here by the Warrior.

Notes

  • This encounter does not have a proper name on the main map, yet appears as a smaller green circle like the rest of the special encounters.
  • The bunnies are not visible, but are displayed as gray dots on the map.
  • It is possible to kill the bunnies by using explosive weapons, such as frag grenades or rockets. However, this greatly reduces your standing in the Brotherhood of Steel.

Behind the scenes

  • This is a reference to the mascot of Energizer batteries, the Energizer Bunny, and to the original name of the company that manufactures Energizer batteries, Eveready.
  • This could also be a reference to the game Full Throttle, in which the protaganist Ben uses a box of mechanical toy bunnies to clear a path through a minefield.
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