Talk:Feral ghoul (Fallout: New Vegas)
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Moved from Talk:Feral trooper ghoul[edit source]
Unless the image on Glowing Trooper Ghoul is from a demo release, I'd say that this page should merge with it. GTG page is sparse: this one has a lot more good detail on it. Monkoii 14:55, October 28, 2010 (UTC)
- Two separate things, so two separate pages. --Kris 16:21, October 28, 2010 (UTC)
Moved from Talk:Vault 34 Overseer[edit source]
Nuka-Lurks glow blue from Nuka-Cola Quantum, and Glowing Ones glow from radiation buildup, sooooo... The Vault 34 Overseer must bathe in Nuka-Cola Victory! TJbrena 16:54, January 12, 2011 (UTC)
feral glowing reaver[edit source]
is there any chance that he is both a glowing one and reaver, since he look like both of them, and it also explain why he is much more stronger than normal reaver(Vvardenfell 12:18, April 3, 2011 (UTC))
Overseer's gender[edit source]
The article describes the Vault 34 Overseer as female, but I don't recall anything in the game claiming or suggesting this. Did I miss something the last time I went through there? Sangheili1024 06:35, October 4, 2011 (UTC)
Question for the Ghouls ~ Creature Project[edit source]
Should we make mention here of ghouls already covered in other sections ? i.e.
Private Kyle Edwards, who's hiding from feral trooper ghouls at Camp Searchlight or the three ghoul rangers at Ranger station Echo & that Private Edwards can later be found at Ranger station Echo after the conclusion of We Will All Go Together, if the Courier suggests he goes there.
This is just a suggestion, I'd hate to make the article seem too busy, So I'll wait to see what y'all think before I make any edits.
SaintPain's Sig line : That was broken afore I got here ! 23:37, May 5, 2011 (UTC)
- They are not feral ghouls, just ghouls. Plus, they are also named characters, it would be like putting all the named humans in the human page. 23:44, May 5, 2011 (UTC)
- All good points Avatar & since I just covered all their pertinent links, I'll just move on.
SaintPain's Sig line : That was broken afore I got here ! 03:24, May 6, 2011 (UTC)
World Models[edit source]
Do normal Feral Ghouls and Feral Ghoul Roamers use the same model?
Yes. In New Vegas, Roamers no longer wear what's left of combat armor, instead sharing a model with normal Feral Ghouls. --Epsilon616 04:17, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
The difference in the two Feral Ghoul models.[edit source]
I'm probably the only one who's made this speculation, and that's what it is, but I feel like the Feral Ghouls that wear the tattered tank tops are/used to be females, while the ones that just wear shorts are/used to be males. --Epsilon616 04:21, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
- Huh. I'm curious, what led you to this speculation? Sangheili1024 06:35, October 4, 2011 (UTC)
They can talk![edit source]
So I was using Oh, Baby! around the Nevada Highway Patrol building, when all of a sudden, as I hit the feral ghoul, it goes into kill cam mode where everything is in slow motion, and I swear it said "Stop you!" in a very old scratchy voice. I even saw it in the subtitles. Anybody else have this or anything similar happen to them? --Felix Brehh 21:51, October 26, 2011 (UTC)
Yes that happens. Most of them probably still have their vocal cords, like non-ferals ghouls, but it seems their brains would have been damaged (either physically or cognitively) in a way that stops them from forming full sentences.
Perfectly logical that they could speak.
JaspertheViking :D? 22:09, October 26, 2011 (UTC)
It really surprised me, since I don't usually kill ferals in New Vegas, they were everywhere in FO3 but they never talked. I got kind of shocked, I felt like I discovered some neat little Easter egg for us by the developers. --Felix Brehh 22:15, October 26, 2011 (UTC)