Talk:Feral ghoul (Fallout: New Vegas)
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Moved from Talk:Feral trooper ghoul
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
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
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))
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
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)
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.
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!
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)