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Biography and appearance
RolePsychotic madmen
LocationThe Pitt Bridge
QuestsInto the Pitt
Unsafe Working Conditions
Base IDxx009384, xx004148, xx009416, xx007ec2, xx004149, xx009411, xx00944eRef ID?
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Some of them... they lose all sense of who they are... like animals, man.


Wildmen are hostile non-player characters encountered in The Pitt. They can be found around The Pitt Bridge and the steelyard.


Wildmen are inhabitants of The Pitt that have suffered mental degradation due to The Pitt's concentrated toxins, but have not turned into trogs. This has made them irreversibly hostile and aggressive toward anybody unlike them. In a way, this makes them the raiders of The Pitt, seeing as the Pitt raiders are somewhat civilized. In Sandra Kundanika's terminal, she explains that only a small percentage of The Pitt's citizens become wildmen, and an even lower percentage become trogs.

Wildmen are on par with medium-level raiders or low-level Talon Company mercs, but their combat skills are lower.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character drops a finger when killed (Lawbringer).


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Merc outfit
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.32 Hunting rifle
.32 pistol
N99 10mm pistol or other low-level weapons
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Carried items
Chems, food, ammunition, misc items
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Drops on death


Wildmen appear only in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.