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Radrats are creatures found in Appalachia.

Background

Once regular rats before the Great War, the North American rat population was tainted by the radioactive fallout from the onslaught of atomic warfare. Radrats are much bigger than their pre-War counterparts. They have large teeth and pearl-like eyes.

Characteristics

Biology

Radrats are small rodents, although slightly larger than the pre-War equivalent due to their extended contact with radiation. Their fur, like that of mongrels, has fallen off due to radiation and has left them with wrinkled, tight skin. They also emit the same noises as mole rats. They are however much tougher than normal mole rats, having more hit points and dealing more damage.

Gameplay attributes

Radrats are aggressive. When attacked, they'll fight back, using their claws and mouths to attack their enemy. They will also use a lunge attack at a distance. They hunt in fairly large groups of up to six. Due to the sheer number of them and their surprising resistance to damage, they can be a difficult foe to face.

Variants

Radrat pup

A smaller, weaker variant of the radrat, they are generally easier to kill.

Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Radrat pup
00112B98
Attack
Unarmed (5 Damage)

Mangy radrat pup

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Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Mangy radrat pup
00112F00
Attack
Unarmed (10 Damage)

Radrat

The base variant, with the attributes mentioned above.

Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Radrat
001131DF
Attack
Unarmed (15 Damage)

Infected radrat pup

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Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Infected radrat pup
001131D7
Attack
Unarmed (20 Damage)

Mangy radrat

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Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Mangy radrat
001131E0
Attack
Unarmed (25 Damage)

Infected radrat

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Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Infected radrat
001131E1
Attack
Unarmed (30 Damage)

Glowing plagued radrat

One of the stronger variants of the rad-rat. With a soft green glow, these foes might not look like much but they can dish out a good amount of poison as well as radiation damage to the player character. There is also a chance that they can infect the player character with a random disease.

Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Glowing plagued radrat
00113B5D
Attack
Unarmed (35 Damage)

Scorched radrat

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A radrat infected with the Scorched Plague.

Name (Form ID)AbilitiesItems
Scorched radrat
00535589
Attack
Unarmed (5 Damage)
Scorched radrat
00519682
Attack
Unarmed (66 Damage)

Locations

  • Often found in Free States bunkers, particularly the abandoned bunker.
  • Five passive ones can be found during the Eyebot Pied Piper random encounter.
  • Found in the basement of Van Lowe Taxidermy.
  • Can be found outside and inside of Lucky Hole Mine.
  • Two can be found in Sutton in the garage just down the road from from Sutton Station. They have a chance to be either mole rats or radrats.

Appearances

Radrat appear in Fallout 76.

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