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You just got moved up to a higher grade of sausage, is all.

O-Dog is a Pitt raider character walking around the courtyard of Haven in 2277.

Background

Infatuated with Vikia the sniper, O-Dog is more than competent with precision-rifle weaponry. He competes with Duke to get Vikia's attention, almost always unsuccessfully. He deems newcomers not as meat but simply as a "higher grade of sausage."[1]

Daily schedule

O-Dog spends a lot of time shooting at beer bottles on an opposite building with his .32 hunting rifle. He can also be found walking around Uptown.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character drops a finger when killed (Lawbringer).

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Raider armor The Pitt (add-on) .32 hunting rifle Strange meat

Notes

Due to the fact that he possesses strange meat and refers to the player and other humans as "meat" and "sausage", it is implied that he is a cannibal.

Notable quotes

  • "You just got moved up to a higher grade of sausage, is all."
  • "Hey, it's not pretty, but it's the truth. We're all just meat in the grinder out here. Today's hotshot is tomorrow's Trog-chow. Nothing to it but to be the best, and eat our fill before we're next on the plate. Work hard and you might just be a grade-A cut like me!"
  • "Not hardly. Deep down, we're all meat, and even the best of us is just gonna be Trog-chow someday. No shame in it -- just the way life goes. It's all meat, baby."

Appearances

O-Dog appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.

Behind the scenes

His name and proclivity for referring to people as meat products is a reference to Pittsburgh's landmark restaurant in Oakland (Uptown in game, where O-Dog is located), Essie's Original Hot Dog Shop (shortened simply to "The O" by locals). Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Essie's Original Hot Dog shop closed in April of 2020. Hot dogs that were served from "The O" were referred to simply as O-Dogs.

References

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