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The city is built on the backs of slaves. We're diseased, and suffering. What else do you want to know?Wernher

The Pitt slaves are the Pitt's workforce in 2277.


Continuously watched by the Pitt raiders, they are forced to run the Pitt's steel industry. In addition, the slaves are also plagued by the Troglodyte Degeneration Contagion, the disease which renders all of the Pitt's inhabitants infertile and turns some of them into wildmen and trogs over time.

Most of them are located in Downtown and The Mill, although a couple of dead slaves can be found in the Pitt steelyard, apparently recruits of Everett who died during their efforts to retrieve steel ingots, and a few are encountered on the Bridge trying to escape.

Interactions with the player character[]

Interactions overview[]

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This character is involved in quests.


  • Free Labor: Determine the fate of the Pitt's slaves.

Effects of player's actions[]

  • Should the player character side with Wernher, the Pitt slaves are freed.


Pitt slave[]

Most of the Pitt slaves are found working in The Mill or in Downtown, working on various tasks to keep the Pitt's industry going. In the Mill, conversations between slaves regarding an uprising can be overheard.

Clad in varied slave outfits, they are not allowed to have better weaponry than the steel saws they need for work, although Marco works on providing them with better armament like auto axes for the revolt.

Slave fighter[]

Main article: Slave fighter

Three slave fighters are encountered in the first battle in The Pitt, said to be the fiercest fighters the slave force has to offer.


Although Pitt slaves are clothed in nothing more than belts and rags, removing the slave outfit from their inventory will dress them in a grey shirt/vest and underwear. This is because the game shows all "naked" corpses wearing such clothing.

Notable quotes[]


Pitt slaves only appear in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.

Behind the scenes[]

During the slave revolt in Free Labor, these characters may say, "Workers of The Pitt, unite!" This is a reference to "Workers of the world, unite!", a slogan affiliated with Karl Marx and The Communist Manifesto.