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Glowing mirelurk hunter

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Glowing mirelurk hunter
EncMirelurkHunter02.png
Location(s)Commonwealth
Statistics
Level34
Health510
Perception9
Experience48
Resistances
NormalEnergyRad.Poison
95950200
Combat
Attacks
Melee
70 Normal damage
Special Attacks
Spit attack
8 + 30 Poison damage
Rad Field
6 rads/sec in 0.57 m (1.87 ft) radius
BehaviorAttacks on sight
Aggression: Very aggressive: Will attack enemies and neutrals on sight.Icon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon optional.png
Assistance: Helps allies: Will help allies.Icon required.pngIcon optional.png
Confidence: Foolhardy: Will never flee or avoid anyone.Icon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon required.png
DropsMirelurk meat
Variants
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Technical
Editor IDEncMirelurkHunter02
Form IDFormID: 00142381
 
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Glowing mirelurk hunter is a creature in Fallout 4.

Background

Main article: Mirelurk

The lobster mirelurk is an unique mutation found in New England environs, called mirelurk hunter by its denizens. The most characteristic elements of this kind of mirelurk are the oversized claws and its head, housing the eyes and antennae, its primary sensor organs.[1] Although they lack the protection of their crab cousins, lobster mirelurks make up for it with their more powerful melee strikes and the ability to spit corrosive acid at targets.[2] Its prey is usually consumed whole and digested in the stomach, using acids and teeth embedded in the lining.[3]

Characteristics

Mirelurks typically form casts of three to four individuals, but these numbers can be in the dozens in particular locales, especially if there is a queen nearby. They are ferocious apex predators and will pursue their prey incessantly. Hunters lack the armored shell of their crab brethren, but make up for it with sheer ferocity and aggression, as well as increased damage. They are also capable of attacking at range, by lobbing corrosive acid spit at their enemies. It's best to keep them at a distance and strafe, to avoid being covered in mirelurk spit.

They drop Mirelurk meat on death.

A hunter that has been exposed to elevated levels of radiation for a prolonged time, distinguished from the base mirelurk by an unhealthy green glow emanating from within. It's more resilient than the basic hunter, but lacks the sheer hitting power of the albino mirelurk.

Appearances

Glowing mirelurk hunter appears in Fallout 4.

References

  1. The Art of Fallout 4 p. 196: "We really needed to include lobsters, given the location."
  2. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Behavior in Fallout 4
  3. Quercus: "My word, a mirelurk hunter! Come here, you big lobster, you. Now, I know you have teeth in your stomach, so I must ask that you don't use them on me."