- 5 Normal damage
|Behavior||Warns at 17.14 m (56.22 ft), attacks at <10.71 m (35.14 ft)|
Aggression: Aggressive: Will attack enemies on sight.
Assistance: Helps allies: Will help allies.
Confidence: Cowardly: Will always avoid combat/flee.
The hideously mutated, two-headed Radstag is a pathetic creature that will likely run at the first sign of contact. But if forced to fight, it can prove a deadly opponent.
”— Fallout 4 loading screen
Radstag yearling is a type of radstag found in Fallout 4.
The radstag is a mockery of the graceful, noble stag species that once inhabited the forests of the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. Whatever beauty and elegance it once possessed was replaced by hideous mutations, most notably two heads like the brahmin, along with a pair of vestigial hoofed limbs protruding from its chest. Radstags typically avoid confrontation while grazing on the Commonwealth's grasses and shrubberies, preferring to flee any predators threatening them. However, when backed into a corner or otherwise forced to fight, it will stand its ground and use its horns to devastating effect.
Many populations of radstags are fundamentally flawed and permanently damaged by the mutations they suffered. Mount Desert Island, for example, is home to erratic and devolved radstag herds, which have lost all of their fur, with skin hardened by radiation and exposure to the fog into leather. Contrary to what one may expect, the degenerative mutations actually increase their resilience and ferocity, despite gaping holes in their bodies and malformed horns.
The yearling is a radstag that survived the first year of its life and is slowly maturing and developing sexual characteristics (antlers for males).
- The following map contains all the spawn locations on the world map (excluding interiors or harvested items)
Radstag yearlings appear in Fallout 4 and it's add-on Far Harbor.
- ↑ Fallout 4 loading screen hints: "The hideously mutated, two-headed Radstag is a pathetic creature that will likely run at the first sign of contact. But if forced to fight, it can prove a deadly opponent."
- ↑ Far Harbor radstags