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See, the world's a dangerous and unbalanced place. So I realized, the only way to bring peace was to make sure that everyone could be dangerous!

Lucky Harith is a caravan merchant in 2277 specializing in the sale of weapons (as he calls them "hot death in a variety of flavors").


Boisterous and friendly, Harith has a toy collection that consists of a wide assortment of weapons. Despite the destructive potential of his gear, he sees his sales as a way to ensure peace in the world by making sure everyone is equally armed.[1]

Daily schedule

Lucky Harith's route takes him to Canterbury Commons, Temple of the Union, Agatha's house, Paradise Falls, Arefu, Evergreen Mills, Megaton and Rivet City.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.
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This character is a merchant. Bottle cap 483-1197*
Sells: weapons
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This character can repair items. Repair cap: 82*
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This character drops an ear when killed (Contract Killer).
* After second investment.


  • Merchant Empire: Initially, Lucky Harith has a repair skill of 20, but after talking to Uncle Roe for further caravan merchant investment, his repair skill jumps to a maximum of 70 (allowing him to repair items to a maximum of 82%). Note however that his actual skill is 5% lower, since he is wearing a Red Racer jumpsuit. After the second investment, he will reward you with what he calls a "micro-nuke" as a gift of gratitude.



  • If you ask Uncle Roe about Lucky Harith, he says that Lucky is also a very good martial artist; however, Lucky does not appear to have any Unarmed fighting skills.
  • Sometimes you may find Lucky Harith's whole caravan dead, including himself, along the caravan routes.
  • Reverse-pickpocketing better armor and/or weapons onto him and his guard will improve his survival chances.
  • Rarely, he will appear near the super mutant camp closest to Rivet City, apparently on his way there, but he will be killed by the mutants unless you help him.

Notable quotes


Lucky Harith appears only in Fallout 3.