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Biography and appearance
AffiliationBrahmin Wood
RoleTribal shaman
LocationBrahmin Wood
Dialogue FileMIS 01 Speech.txt
MissionsBrahmin Wood
SPECIALStrength: 7
Perception: 8
Endurance: 4
Charisma: 4
Intelligence: 5
Agility: 7
Luck: 5
Tag SkillsUnarmed: %
Throwing: %
Sneak: %
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I am Hawkeye, Spiritwalker and Soothsayer for my people. I guard the passage to the Spirit World for the living. However, the Waking World has turned against my people and they have been scattered to the sands.

Hawkeye is the shaman of the tribal village of Brahmin Wood in 2197.


Hawkeye is in his early thirties. He was given his name because of his stern and unwavering glare. He carries bags under his eyes due to lack of sleep caused by excessive use of his peace-pipe. The peacepipe is Hawkeye's doorway into the spirit world. Hawkeye is only vaguely interested in the affairs of the village. He holds the secrets to the spiritworld for the village and that alone is enough for him. He can also make the healing powder.


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Festering spear
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Carried items
Festering spear x2
Healing powder x3
Rock x5
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Drops on death


Hawkeye appears only in Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.

Behind the scenes

Hawkeye can be a reference to Nathaniel Bumppo, a main character of James Fenimore Cooper novel "The Last of the Mohicans", nicknamed as Hawkeye by Mohicans.