Enclave Remnants

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Enclave Remnants
Enclave Symbol (Fallout 3).png
The Enclave Remnants are made up of people who used to serve with the Enclave.
LeadershipCaptain Judah Kreger - commanding officer[1]
FoundedOld members of the Enclave
Notable MembersDoctor Henry - scientist
Cannibal Johnson - squad marksman[2]
Orion Moreno - heavy weapons trooper[3]
Daisy Whitman - Vertibird pilot[4]
HeadquartersRemnants bunker
Notable LocationsRemnants bunker
Relations and associations
Related EntitiesCourier
New California Republic (Possible)
Caesar's Legion (Possible)
Arcade Gannon

Members of the Devil's Brigade[5], colloquially called the Enclave Remnants, are a faction in the Mojave Wasteland in 2281.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Remnants are what remains of the now defunct Enclave, after the destruction of Control station Enclave by the Chosen One in 2242 and the Sacking of Navarro. Though some of the Enclave went east to Raven Rock, the future Remnants stayed back at the base, but managed to escape before the NCR overran it. Some Enclave survivors integrated into the New California Republic, but the NCR would eventually learn of this demographic and the Remnants were forced further and further onto the frontier.[6]

Some of those that were not killed by the NCR were eventually hunted down by the Brotherhood of Steel. Arcade Gannon has kept contact with the Remnants over the years,[7] but Devil Brigade's Captain Judah Kreger has also played a significant role in keeping the squad together.[8] By 2281, these five men and women the only surviving Enclave members in the region.

Outside relations[edit | edit source]

Through the choice of the Courier, the Remnants can be convinced to either support the New California Republic or Caesar's Legion. If the Courier chooses to ask them to side with the NCR, Orion Moreno will express his hatred of the NCR and refuse to fight for them. If the Courier asks them to side with the Legion, Cannibal Johnson and Arcade Gannon will leave and there is no way to convince them to stay.

In order to make an alliance between the Remnants and Yes Man or Mr. House, you must convince them to fight for NCR, since the path and ultimate goal (killing Lanius) are still the same. However, Cannibal Johnson will turn hostile if the PC can not talk down General Lee Oliver.

Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]

The Courier has the option of completing the side quest, For Auld Lang Syne given by Arcade Gannon, in which The Courier and Arcade can get his old friends from the now-defunct Enclave and help make a difference in the second battle for Hoover Dam.

If the player has a speech skill of 80 or a large amount of NCR infamy, Orion can be convinced to participate in the NCR led attack attack, but otherwise he will attack the player and must be killed.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Even if the Remnants are killed in the Battle of Hoover Dam, the ending cutscene will still show them all as being alive.

Endings[edit | edit source]

The following section is transcluded from Fallout: New Vegas endings. To modify, please edit the source page.

Narrated by Judah Kreger.

# Slide Voice-over narration In-game condition
1 Remnants end slide 01.png Despite surviving the destruction of the Enclave oil rig and the loss of their comrades at Navarro, the venerable Remnants were no match for the Courier. They carried the secrets of their old lives to their graves. Kill the Enclave remnants.
2 Remnants end slide 01.png After their bold arrival at Hoover Dam, the Remnants disappeared as quickly as they came. Legends of their power spread throughout the southwest, a reminder of why people once feared the sight of Vertibirds in the sky. Complete the quest For Auld Lang Syne, complete any endgame quest except Veni, Vidi, Vici.
3 Remnants end slide 01.png Merciless in their assault on the NCR, the Remnants struck fear into the hearts of even the centurions at Hoover Dam. Well aware of the full extent of their power, Caesar commanded his troops to not pursue them. Complete the quest For Auld Lang Syne, complete the quest Veni, Vidi, Vici for Caesar's Legion with Caesar alive.
4 Remnants end slide 01.png Merciless in their assault on the NCR, the Remnants struck fear into the hearts of even the centurions at Hoover Dam. Caesar's heirs aggressively pursued the Remnants into Arizona, losing hundreds of soldiers in the process and gaining nothing in return. Complete the quest For Auld Lang Syne, complete the quest Veni, Vidi, Vici for Caesar's Legion with Caesar's death.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

The Enclave Remnants appear only in Fallout: New Vegas, but Doctor Henry also appears in Fallout 2.

Gallery[edit | edit source]


  1. The Courier: "You make it sound like avoiding innocent deaths was uncommon in the Enclave."
    Cannibal Johnson: "I'm sorry to say that it was. Civilian casualties was acceptable and sometimes... encouraged. My former squadmate Moreno didn't need encouraging. Moreno and I might've killed each other if Captain Kreger hadn't been there to pull us apart."
    (Cannibal Johnson's dialogue)
  2. The Courier: "What did you do when you were with the Enclave?"
    Cannibal Johnson: "Squad marksman. I'm pretty proud of the fact that I never killed a single soul who wasn't trying to kill me or one of my team first."
    (Cannibal Johnson's dialogue)
  3. The Courier: "What did you do when you were with the Enclave?"
    Orion Moreno: "Heavy weapons trooper. Nothing better than hosing down a target with an excess of bullets and laser fire. By the time I got through with things, not much was left standing. Any morons who didn't run when they saw me coming got what they deserved. Back then, it was war. If we'd been on the winning side, I'd be called a hero."
    (Orion Moreno's dialogue)
  4. The Courier: "You were a pilot?"
    Daisy Whitman: "Vertibird pilot. Seventy-one missions and only lost one chopper. Rotor malfunction over Klamath. Hard landing, but I walked away."
    (Daisy Whitman's dialogue)
  5. Cannibal Johnson's dialogue segment title: VFreeformDevilsBrigade
  6. The Courier: "Where did the Enclave go?"
    Arcade Gannon: "A lot of different places. I only know what I was told. Some of them were cut down by the NCR and the Brotherhood. Some of them went east. My mother never told me what happened to my father, but she and I went south with some others and integrated into the NCR. When the NCR learned that Enclave personnel had integrated, we kept moving to the fringes. It's one of the reasons why I wound up out here."
    Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  7. The Courier: "What happened to Navarro?"
    Arcade Gannon: "After the Enclave's command structure fell apart, it was only a matter of time before Navarro was overrun by NCR forces. My mother and I left with some of the troopers from my father's old unit, the same people I've kept in contact with over the years. Anyone who didn't get out was killed by the NCR. Even some of the ones who escaped were eventually hunted down by the Brotherhood of Steel."
    Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  8. Arcade Gannon: "Judah Kreger is the glue that's kept us all together over the years, and with good reason. Anyone who can command Moreno and Johnson in the same unit without somebody getting fragged is one hell of a leader. Kreger was polite and kind, but never warm. He always did his best to make me feel welcome in the group. I think he did it out of a sense of loyalty to my father. Loyalty means a lot to Judah. Not loyalty to the Enclave, or even the ideals they fought for, but to the people who served with him."
    (Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
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