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Well, look at you. Been a while since I got to welcome you to this fine fucking city. Watch your step in Uptown, or you might just take a tumble.

The Pitt Uptown is a location added to Fallout 3 in the add-on The Pitt. It is a large settlement inhabited by Pitt raiders.

BackgroundEdit

Upon the Brotherhood's Scourge of the Pitt, Uptown, like the rest of the city, was completely lawless and inhabited by raider gangs. However, since Ishmael Ashur took control of the city and assimilated or killed all of the raiders, Uptown has become The Pitt's "Upper class" district. Under Ashur's new rule, anyone of importance to the city such as traders, scientists, and Pitt raiders have relocated to Uptown where they live superior to the slaves of downtown. Uptown is where Ashur resides in Haven, as well as his army.

LayoutEdit

BottomEdit

Most of the bottom section of Uptown is irradiated. Above is where the Pitt raiders live. They have their own rooms and large numbers of chems and alcohol that can be stolen.

BuildingsEdit

InhabitantsEdit

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NotesEdit

  • O-Dog shoots at a gallery every so often from across the map.
  • Unlike the perpetually awake Pitt raiders in the Mill or downtown, the raiders in this location will go lie down on a few mattresses in one of the buildings.
  • There are a few rotating makeshift ceiling fans set up in Uptown.

AppearancesEdit

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

Behind the scenesEdit

50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
  • Ashur resides in the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning, although it is actually in Oakland, a neighborhood outside of the in-game area.
  • One of Ashur's guards, Lulu, will taunt the player and offer food. If the player accepts, she gives him noodles. This is a reference to a popular Oakland eatery, "Lulu's Noodles."
  • Another guard, O-Dog, is likely a reference to Pittsburgh/Oakland's famous "Original Hotdog Shop," also known as "the O."
50 Vault-Tec C.E.O.End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.

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