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No, you look. You drop your guard around here, show weakness, these people will be all over you. This attitude of mine is what keeps me alive and respected around here... and you should learn from that, rook.

Wren is a member of the Crater Raiders at the Crater.


Wren was born several years after the Great War so the post-apocalyptic world is all she has ever known. Wren's father was a member of the Diehards, and Wren was born and raised as part of the gang. Facing the growing threat of the Scorched Plague, Wren and her father were among those who abandoned Margie McClintock and fled Appalachia under Meg Groberg's lead; with both viewing the region as a deathtrap they were only too willing to leave. Her father ultimately died sometime before 2103, outside of Appalachia.[1][3]

When Meg and the raiders chose to return to the region in 2103, Wren greatly disagreed but was eventually convinced by Meg, though she is still somewhat resentful of the choice.[4] After setting up at the Crater, Wren became the raiders' communications expert, also coordinating scouting efforts and analyzing threats in the surrounding region for security purposes.[5] The amount of work she undertakes and the lack of help she receives has left her greatly annoyed by the other raiders' seeming incompetence, and she even marvels at how their gang has managed to survive.

Because of her young age of 18, and because she is not capable of much heavy lifting, Wren is often pushed around by the other raiders. As a result, she has developed a hostile attitude towards those around her, even warning the Vault Dwellers of Vault 76 that if they cross her, she will slit their throat faster than they can "cry for mommy."[2]

The white powder covering the Toxic Valley tends to break the Crater comms electronics,[6] and from time to time Wren needs to replace the radio vacuum tubes, asking for the Dwellers for help. She is curious about the technology Rose has at her place at the Top of the World, and is pondering to ask permission from Meg to visit it.[7] She is also not keen on people taking chems.[8]

According to Creed, Wren used to own a dog, however, it would not stop barking. Barb killed the dog and she got away with it because Wren believed her alibi.

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  • The Importance of Communication: Once every other day, Wren asks the player characters to track down three broken radio vacuum tubes to replace the ones in her equipment being constantly damaged by the Toxic Valley's environment, rewarding them for ensuring her equipment remains in working condition. Using the right reply when returning with the vacuum tubes can earn either extra reputation or caps from Wren as thanks.


Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Leather coat Random ranged weapon Stimpak x1


  • Wren regards the Nuka-Cola cure for the Scorched Plague produced by the Vault Dweller as "nasty."[9]
  • Wren mentions she is 18 and because she was introduced in Wastelanders, her year of birth is likely 2085. However, because the timeline moved to 2104 and 2105 with updates, and she still mentions she is the same age, it could also be interpreted as 2086 or 2087. Julie is also similar, as she will always mention she is 23.


Wren appears in Fallout 76, introduced in the Wastelanders update.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Vault Dweller: "Dragged back? Were you here before with Meg?"
    Wren: "Pretty much born and raised a Diehard 'til we bailed on Margie. And a damn good thing we did, too. If them Scorched wiped out the Responders and the Brotherhood, you bet your ass they'd be pickin' us off like flies. Unlike you vault dwellers and the Free States, we didn't have any cozy little bunkers to hole up in. But now that you're out... Welcome to the world of survival, rook."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Vault Dweller: "[Strength] I could break you in half, so you better start explaining."
    Wren: "Fine. As you've noticed, I ain't exactly a heavy lifter, and on account of me being eighteen years old, people like to think they can push me around. So that's why I got this attitude. But make no mistake, rook. You cross me, and I'll slit your throat faster than you can cry for mommy."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  3. Wren: "My daddy's probably rollin' in his grave knowing Meg brought us here."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  4. Wren: "I can't believe I let Meg talk me into coming here. My dad always said they left this place for a damn good reason."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  5. The Crater terminal entries; terminal, --> Potential Threats
  6. Wren: "I'm gettin' real tired of cleaning all this white crap out of my equipment... but better here than the Ash Jeap, I guess."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  7. Wren: "I wonder what kind of tech Rose has up there at Top of the World. I'll have to see if Meg will let me do some recon."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  8. Wren: "Hope you got a stimpak on you. You want to die, you take that business elsewhere."
    (Wren's dialogue)
  9. Wren: "You better not be here expecting me to drink something nasty again for the the sake of humanity... cuz that ain't happenin'."
    (Wren's dialogue)
Original Raiders (pre-2102)