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What's buzzin', cuzzin'? Here for an Atom Cats custom job?— Rowdy

Rowdy is a power armor merchant and member of the Atom Cats in 2287.

Background

Rowdy used to be a raider in the Commonwealth, but she was left for dead by her fellow comrades during a raid. She was then found by the Atom Cats, who took her in as another member of the gang.

At some point, with the other gang members' help, she started to record a holotape called "An Ode to My Hammer," but stopped soon after, saying, "I can't go through with this."

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is involved in quests.
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This character is a merchant. Sells: power armor parts and frame, fusion cores, Atom Cats custom paint job schematic.

Other interactions

Rowdy is a power armor specialist merchant. She sells the Atom Cats custom paint job schematic and stocks fusion cores, a power armor frame, and a full set of Atom Cats painted T-60. She can also have parts of all sorts of power armor types, ranging from raider to X-01, but availability is limited by the Sole Survivor's level.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items
Atom Cats jacket and jeans

Notes

  • Rowdy will repetitively comment "we could use a few more suits around here" when around the player character outside of direct dialogue. Purchasing or retrieving any number of power armor frames and keeping them in/around the garage does not seem to satiate this desire, which she will continue to express no matter what may change.
  • The power armor mods sold by Rowdy are of the X+ variety. Placing any of these mods in a workshop inventory will allow an unlimited application of these mods to any corresponding power armor within any settlements connected by a supply line.

Appearances

Rowdy appears only in Fallout 4.

Bugs

  • PCPC Playstation 4Playstation 4 Xbox OneXbox One Purchased power armor frame might spawn as owned making it essentially useless without console.[verified]
    • PCPC To fix this on PC simply open the console and click on the power armor frame and then write setOwnership in the console.
    • Reloading a previous save prior to purchasing the power armor frame should fix this.
  • Xbox OneXbox One When doing the Warwick job, asking Rowdy about the job again can disable button inputs. No dialogue options will appear and the player character will be unable to interact with anything, nor able to open their Pip-Boy in order to fast travel away. [verification overdue]
    • Creating an exit-save and reloading it should fix this.
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