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centaurs are humanoids, as seen when in vault 87, in the containment rooms nears Fawkes.

Mammal or Reptile?

In this list deathclaws (Is deathclaw one word?) are listed as mammals, but I'm pretty sure they're reptiles because it says they are mutant jackson's chameleons. (Maybe not because they're one consistant color.) And they could be mammals because they grew hair in Fallout Tactics. What say?

They're definitely reptiles. Moved them to the appropriate section. Same with mirelurk kings (they're based on snapping turtles). Ausir 20:53, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

Hp, stats in general?

What about putting stats like HP and DR on enemies pages? BSMaker 18:28, 31 January 2009 (UTC)

Move to List of Fallout 3 creatures

Maybe this should be moved to List of Fallout 3 creatures? --Odie5533 11:22, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

Removal of "Other"

I have removed the "Other" portion of this article. Since the Chimera is automated and can be disabled as a robot, I felt it should be moved into the "Robots" section of the article. Also, the VB02 Vertibird is not a creature, but technically a vehicle, so I removed it from the article. Also, I was thinking about removing "Robots" entirely, since they are not a creature or humanoid, but another class altogether. --Wanderer Lao 15:01, 6 April 2009 (UTC)

New articles

I recommend that a new Humanoids and Robots pages are used entirely, as creatures are simply animals.

Not really.
Main Entry: crea·ture
1: something created either animate or inanimate: as
a: a lower animal; especially : a farm animal
b: a human being
c: a being of anomalous or uncertain aspect or nature <creatures of fantasy>
2: one that is the servile dependent or tool of another
-- Porter21 (talk) 16:17, 4 May 2009 (UTC)

No offense but wont splitting it up just complicate things--Wrv451nlp 16:23, 4 May 2009 (UTC)

Start a chart with XP for each enemy on different difficulties?

I thought it'd be something nice to have, not necessarily needed, but people on XP hunts could use it to know which enemies they should look out for.

I really don't know how to make a chart (like the one for weapons), but i do know the XP that some creatures give you on very hard difficulty, and i, or someone else, could easily track the XP rewarded on a note pad. No XP bonuses as well.

What do you all think? I'll keep track for now and try to figure out how to make a chart. --Dyemonic 01:13, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

We could use an HP chart along with that XP chart, if ya'll can find out how...Mando345: June 17

Dr. Rabbit

I love the image of a mutant rabbit. Reminds me of Dr. Rabbit. "Hello there! I am Dr. Rabbit! The world's only Super Mutant Rabbit Dentist!--FawkesGamer360 01:43, 9 June 2009 (UTC)

Centaur, Humanoid?

Aren't Centaurs humanoid? Aside from thier limbs, looking at thier faces, they WERE once human, or look like it. I assumed they're just another FEV human--Pheonix juz 04:58, 5 July 2009 (UTC)

They are also cat. So, no. Lord Spoonfield III 11:28, 5 July 2009 (UTC)

no there not. Look at a centaur and tell me what part of its body represents a cat in any way. The centaurs in fallout 3 are made of various humans. If you are refering to the centaurs in the previous fallouts then you are correct. They are made out of humans dogs and cats.--King Cog 14:18, 12 August 2009 (UTC)

Mutated Insects

If scorpions are vulnerable to being mutated from radiation, wouldn't spiders be as well? Cause, scorpions aren't the only arachnids that they sell in Washington pet stores. And if ants, house flies, and coach roaches are vulnerable to radiation, why aren't grasshoppers, praying mantises, and centipedes? Those are, I think, native to DC and are more powerful than the other insects, so how come they didn't mutate? Point is, the fallout series should have made mutated insects out of the bugs I just mentioned. -- 23:05, September 14, 2009 (UTC)

I have yet to play Fallout 1 and 2, but I think there were a wider range of arthropods in those games. And technically, the other arthropods could have simply went extinct when the bombs fell. Or they could have mutated in different ways than a size increase. But this is all hypothetical, so it's not too important.Whachamacallit 21:35, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

Re-name the Sentient Ghoul to Tame Ghoul? Or maybe Sane?

I think sentient dosen't make sense. How are the Chinese Remnant sentient?CheezeWEEPツ 23:26, January 30, 2010 (UTC)

"Sentient" means "able to think". Nitty Tok. 23:43, January 30, 2010 (UTC)

Moved Mirelurk King and Swamplurk Queen to the reptiles heading

I went ahead and moved the Lurk royalty to the reptiles section since they were descended from turtles. They were under the crustacean heading by mistake. If this is in error, please explain so that other people won't try to change it. 02:53, February 17, 2010 (UTC)LeoK


I find it rather funny that they are listed as being mammalian. --Cartman! 21:21, March 17, 2010 (UTC)

I was thinking the exact same thing. Sure they look like humans, but they should really be in their own category. I would do it, but I'm not sure if it'll just piss people off.Whachamacallit 21:32, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

They're still mammals, guys. EDIT: Thought we were talking about ghouls. My bad.--Gothemasticator 04:19, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
So, it seems Aliens are getting placed under Mammals because of the Humanoid subsection. They are humanoid, but they are not mammals to our knowledge.--Gothemasticator 18:03, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
All the others are Earth-based lifeforms, or mutations thereof. Aliens are (by nature) not Earth-based lifeforms. Perhaps a separate category for Aliens, with subsequent sub-categorization if additional Alien life-forms are "discovered"?   phoenix  txt  xp  19:21, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
Well Nukey seems to have got that one!   phoenix  txt  xp  19:22, March 22, 2010 (UTC)

sorry bout that guys my bad didnt realise that it was mammals too, but there still humanoid.--Mary roc 17:46, October 4, 2010 (UTC)


Technically only the mutated snapping turtle mirelurk royalty (mirelurk king, swamplurk queen etc.) should be under the reptile section, while the shellfish mirelurk (mirelurk, mirelurk hunter etc.) should be under the seperate category of crustacean. I understand the dilemma this creates as they all share a faction while being of seperate class, but this needs to be rectified somehow, hell mirelurks aren't even technically vertebrates. --User:Cartman!User talk:Cartman! 10:35, April 29, 2011 (UTC)


The info at the top of this page isn't entirly true. It says creatures in each of the factions won't attack each other, but will other factions, but this is false. I've been extensively trying to test who will attack who (cos I'm a loser) and have found a few examples. For instance, Super Mutants and Mirelurks won't fight each other. Deathclaws will attack Mirelurks though. Radroaches also seem allied (or indifferent to) Super Mutants no matter how close they get.

Whats more feral ghouls, centaurs, trogs, and abominations should all be in one group. They're all sub-humanoids, either through mental degeneration and forced mutation. Note they all fall into the same 'loot' categories. That would free up non-humanoid for those effected by the animal friend perk. Mu the Squirrel 15:40 24/05/2011 (BST)