|For a disambiguation of robes throughout the Fallout series, see Robe.|
Oasis druid hood
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
The robes provides a damage resistance of 4 and the hood provides one of 2. The outift is very light; althogether it weighs three to four pounds. The robes have sub-par durability and the hood is even more easily broken. This makes the outfit in need of repair very often. They can be repaired with each other; this includes the hood, i.e. the hood can be repaired with the robes and the robes can be patched up with the hood.
Variants[edit | edit source]
Oasis robe[edit | edit source]
Oasis villager robe[edit | edit source]
Worn by most Treeminders, this attire has less body coverage than the Oasis robe. As a result, it is slightly lighter but also worth less.
One can be found on a dead branchtender in the underground Oasis Caverns, just down the path from the entrance.
Oasis druid hood[edit | edit source]
Aside from Treeminders, this hood can also be found on Drifter at Dickerson Tabernacle Chapel. A special version is given to the player as one of the possible rewards of the Oasis quest. However, if the player's character has tall hair, it will show out the top of the hood, which looks strange.
Bugs - On the PS3, if you drop the hood and move it, the game will still have the hood where you dropped it. It won't be visible and you can walk on top of it, but the crosshair will say "Oasis Druid Hood" and when you pick it up it disappears from the place you moved it to.
Oasis exile hood[edit | edit source]
|The following is based on Fallout 3 cut content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Another version of the druid hood called "Oasis exile hood" can be found in the game files but is not used in the game. It is identical in looks and stats with the regular hood except for increased item value. The Drifter may have been meant to wear this, as the Drifter could be a possible exile from Oasis.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Concept art by Adam Adamowicz