Nisha is a psychopathic cut-throat, who expresses these traits and hatred for Porter Gage by constantly threatening to slit his throat. In the first conversation with the player character, Nisha also expresses her hate for Colter and love for the Gauntlet.
She is the only member that keeps the Disciples in line, meaning that if she is left out of the picture then the Disciples will get out of control in the Nuka-World theme park. Because of this, even Mags Black of the Operators supports Nisha remaining in the position of power.
As a child, Nisha was originally taken under the wing of a raider named Sledge, who "accidentally" killed her parents. After training and raising her, Sledge at some point left her for dead. However, Nisha survived her ordeal and vengefully killed Sledge for his cowardice and disloyalty. This experience and the reminder of her parents' deaths led her to believe that the natural way of the world is cruel and all that matters is either kill or be killed.
Interactions with the player character
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|Apparel||Weapon||Other items||On death|
|Disciples strapped armor
Disciples bladed helmet
Wrap & ripped jeans
Fragmentation grenade MIRV
- "We aren't swayed by caps like those spoiled brats obsessed with their hair, or those savage animals who can't behave in public."
- "It's not everyday I like someone better alive than dead. I guess you're one of the lucky ones."
- "If you side with the Disciples, the whole Commonwealth will fear us - and with fear, comes power."
Behind the scenes
Nisha's name means "night" in Sanskrit, alluding to her preference for darkness.
- The Sole Survivor: "And what are you? His grandma?"
Nisha: " "
- Nisha: "
(Nisha's dialogue) Colter thought some sort of rule or code made him untouchable... but he found out he was wrong... the hard way. "
- Nisha: "
(Nisha's dialogue) "
- Fizztop Mountain terminal entries; Nisha's terminal, THE RULE
- The Parlor terminal entries; Mags Black's terminal, Nisha - Disciples
- Nisha’s dialogue: "I prefer the darkness myself."