White Legs tribal

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White Legs tribal
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Biography and appearance
AffiliationWhite Legs
LocationZion Canyon
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ActorMarcelo Tubert (male)
Michelle Bonilla (female)

White Legs tribals are members of the White Legs tribe, living in Zion Canyon in 2281.


The White Legs are composed overwhelmingly of very light-skinned individuals of Caucasian descent, and tribe members cover their bodies in a chalk-like white powder as war paint. They have a unique dreadlocked hair style, as well as white-and-red war paint covering their faces. The dreadlock style of hair originates from the White Legs worship of Ulysses, who taught them most of their combat skills amongst other things.

The White Legs use a variety of weapons; mainly simple, home-made melee weapons such as mantis gauntlets, Shishkebabs, tomahawks, and fire bombs, but have recently taken to using "storm drums" raided from an armory near Spanish Fork. They can also be found with very high-end weapons such as grenade launchers, brush guns, riot shotguns, anti-materiel rifles and 12.7mm submachine guns at higher levels. They are often accompanied by White Leg mongrels.

Interactions overview

Interactions with the player character

This character has no special interactions.


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White Legs outfit
White Legs hide armor
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12.7mm submachine gun or
Brush gun or
Mantis gauntlet or
Rebar club
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Carried items
Datura hide, weapon binding ritual
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Drops on death


White Legs tribals appear only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.