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It's a shame that violence is the only thing that could solve this.”
A Pitt slave for as long as he can remember, Adan is one of the few steel saw wielders content with his lot in life. This is partly due to the philosophical texts he reads when visiting Midea at her quarters. He feels that since fate has given him this life, he must make the best of it.
He doesn't do much other than just cut and weld at a halved bus in front of the entrance of the steelyard.
Interactions with the player character
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|Worn slave outfit|
Drops on death
- His attitude is optimistic because he has accepted his role in The Pitt. The basis of his beliefs come from the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism, his quotes are based on their philosophical text called the Dao De Jing. He states to the player that Midea reads the quotes to him from a book, though he never names it.
- Adan seems to die instantly from no apparent cause once the slave uprising begins in Free Labor. If you enter The Pitt Downtown from The Mill, you can witness him die and watch his body fling through the air like a rubber band.
Behind the scenes
When speaking to Adan, he will sometimes quote the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.59: "Adan
A Pitt slave for as long as he can remember, Adan (pronounced "A-din") is one of the few Steel Saw wielders content with his lot in life. This is partly due to the philosophical texts he reads when visiting Midea at her quarters. Fate has given him his life, and he must and he must make the best of it."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)