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For the Legion member mentioned in the Fallout: New Vegas, see Lupa (human).
 
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You give Lupa a worthy death in the arena, and her brain is yours. Don't let your guard down just because she's old, though.Antony

Lupa is a mongrel living at the Fort in 2281.

BackgroundEdit

Lupa is a Legion mongrel that belongs to Antony, and is the mother of most of the mongrels that belong to the Legion.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

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This character is involved in quests.

QuestsEdit

  • Nothin' But a Hound Dog: Lupa is among the choices of canines to retrieve a brain from for Rex. To get her brain, the player has to talk to Antony to arrange a fight with her in the arena.

Effects of the player's actionsEdit

  • After her death in the arena, Legion troops all around the Fort mention her "dying well" in combat.

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Lupa's brain
Dog hide

NotesEdit

  • Unlike other Legion mongrels, Lupa has a Damage Threshold of 4.
  • When sitting next to Antony in the fort, she has a normal mongrel HP of 40, but when fighting her in the arena, she has an increased total of 200.
  • Like other mongrels, if you are wearing a Legion disguise, she can and will sniff you out and alert the camp.
  • You actually gain Legion fame for killing Lupa, if you do so by fighting her in the arena. This is because you gave her an honorable death.

Notable quotesEdit

  • "Lupa? Yes, she's the mother of a lot of our best dogs. She's getting old, but she's still a tough old bitch. Aren't you girl? Yeah." – Antony, master of the hounds.
  • "Cyber-dog? Like the ones I've seen up in Denver? I know what you're talking about, and it would make Lupa immortal in a way." – Antony
  • "You give Lupa a worthy death in the arena, and her brain is yours. Don't let your guard down just because she's old, though." – Antony

AppearancesEdit

Lupa appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Lupa literally translates as "female wolf" in Latin.
  • Lupa is the name of the wolf who raised Romulus and Remus, in Roman mythology.

GalleryEdit

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