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Discussion in 'General Fallout Discussion' started by BOS_Warlord, May 11, 2012.
Furry deathclaws? N'awww I find that cute
Aside from the fact that they could tear my head off
They are biggest land predator animals in the world. I`m sure they`d make deathclaw reconcider getting into a fight.
In the Pitt the speech Ashur gives the mention Ronto which is most likely Toronto
In FO2 they say Deathclaws come from iguanas. The doctor in Vault 13, Joseph, says:
Which is misleading, really. IRL there is no "Jackson's Iguana". There is a Jackson's Chameleon, though. Apparently the "iguana" bit is used as an alternate name in the game- or, equally likely (given the alternate-timeline nature of the game setting) an entirely new creature not found in reality.
Supposing they meant the Jackson's chameleon, though... Polar bears and moose would be ridiculously scary enemies if equally mutated. Thanks to the interwebs, I now know the Jackson's chameleon gets between 8 and 15 inches long (counting tail) and weighs between two and four pounds. If that turns into a Deathclaw which appears in game to be as tall as a human and much bulkier... Picture a 50 foot tall, upright-walking polar bear, with 20" claws. Or a similar moose, with antlers the size of a large truck.
If they were in a Canada edition of Fallout... I'd move my character to Mexico.
I thought that the Encalve created, and we're testing on Deathclaws.
I though the US Government or Envlave made them.
Yep, USA created Deathclaws before Great War "through genetic engineering, with the addition of DNA of various other species". It's mentioned in Fallout 2 Official Strategies & Secrets.