By far the most impressive and strongest among his pack, Gruthar is the alpha male and leader. He possesses an uncanny intellect and a deep life philosophy, respecting human life and trying to minimize the impact he and his pack make upon their unknowing neighbors.
Despite being bred by the Enclave forces, he harbored hatred and dislike for them and has to cope with his conscience, as he takes complete responsibility for his pack's part in the abduction of the Vault inhabitants. Goris, a very intelligent albino deathclaw, is his son, privy to his father's doubts and internal struggles. He hopes to be as smart as his father one day.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
|This character is a temporary party member.|
|This character is a permanent party member.|
|This character is a doctor.||
|This character is a merchant.||Sells: -|
|This character can modify weapons.||
|This character starts quests.|
|This character is involved in quests.|
|This character has a talking head.|
- Fix the Vault 13 computer: He will ask for the Chosen One's assistance (if their intelligence isn't low) with the mainframe running the Vault, sabotaged by Matt.
- Retrieve the GECK for Arroyo: In return for helping with the Vault computer, he will give the Chosen One the G.E.C.K. he was looking for.
Effects of player's actionsEdit
The G.E.C.K. transaction triggers the massacre of Vault 13 inhabitants two weeks after the exchange takes place. This can be potentially avoided if the Chosen One kills Dr. Schreber and fixes the Vault computer. This is bugged, however, thus leaving his true fate unknown.
Being the leader of the Vault 13 deathclaws, he is the first one to speak to the Chosen One, asking them to not disturb the peace of the Vault. Gruthar may or may not allow the Chosen One to enter the vault. To be allowed to enter, they must meet one of the following requirements:
- Have good Karma, in order to convince Gruthar that one wishes to help the pack.
- Have low Intelligence.
- Not have the Childkiller perk.