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Injured trooper

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Injured trooper
Biography and appearance
AffiliationNew California Republic Army
LocationBetween Camp Forlorn Hope and Nelson.
Dialogue FileInjured trooper's dialogue
Derived StatsHit Points: 1
Tag SkillsExplosives: 30
Melee Weapons: 30
Guns: 30
Base ID00122b6d
Ref ID?
ActorEmerson Brooks
These characters were disabled in a patch due to memory management issues.

Injured soldiers are NCR soldiers living in the Mojave Wasteland in Fallout: New Vegas. While initially in the release of Fallout: New Vegas, all injured troopers were removed to free up space for additional characters in the Dead Money patch.


Four injured NCR troopers are scattered throughout the no-man's-land between Nelson and Camp Forlorn Hope, west of the Abandoned Brotherhood of Steel bunker. Most of them are missing several, if not all, of their limbs. Caesar's Legionnaires have placed armed frag mines near or under their bodies. (The soldiers in Forlorn Hope will occasionally give a warning about the Legion practice of placing traps on or near the dead and injured.)

When you get close to one, they will warn you to stay away or ask you to kill them. It is impossible to rescue any of these soldiers alive. If you are able to disarm the mine there is no way to interact with the injured soldier to heal them and there are no non-player characters in Forlorn Hope to tell that the traps have been disarmed. The only way to help them is to end their suffering by killing them. No karma or reputation is lost (or gained) for killing these soldiers.

One of them is carrying Forlorn Hope letter #9.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

This character has no special interactions.


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NCR trooper armor
Trooper helmet
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Carried items
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Drops on death

Notable quotes

  • "Kill me!"
  • "Stay away!"


Injured soldiers appear in Fallout: New Vegas.