White Legs storm-drummer

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Biography and appearance
AffiliationWhite Legs
RoleFirearm support
LocationZion Canyon
QuestsCrush the White Legs
Prisoners of War
Retake the Bridge
Sanctity of the Dead
The Treacherous Road
SPECIALStrength: 4
Perception: 6
Endurance: 4
Charisma: 5
Intelligence: 4
Agility: 7
Luck: 6
Derived StatsHit Points: 75 → 320
DT: 4 → 5 (White Legs outfit)
DT: 6 → 7 (White Legs hide armor)
Tag SkillsMelee Weapons: 28 → 100
Guns: 34 → 100
Survival: 28 → 100
Level1 → 50
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ActorMarcelo Tubert (male)
Michelle Bonilla (female)
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White Legs storm-drummers are White Legs tribals living in the Zion Canyon in 2281.


One of four different classes of White Legs, these warriors specialize in firearms, and are often equipped with .45 Auto submachine guns or 12.7mm submachine guns. Some are instead equipped with a random two-handed rifle, ranging (depending on level) from the varmint rifle to the anti-materiel rifle as well as sometimes a brush gun. They carry a random melee weapon as well as several throwing tomahawks as backup weapons.


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White Legs hide armor or
White Legs outfit
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Hunting shotgun or
Rebar club or
9mm submachine gun or
Anti-materiel rifle or
.45 Auto submachine gun or Riot shotgun or Brush Gun
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Carried items
Datura antivenom or dark datura
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Drops on death


  • Unlike most generic non-player character enemies in the Mojave Wasteland, Zion Valley tribals level with the player, giving them very divergent levels of health and combat skill based on the player's current level. At higher levels their health and combat skill are on par with the main game's non-player character companions.


White Legs storm-drummers appear only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.