How do you get a companion in Fallout 3?

How do you get a companion in Fallout 3?

After the main quest ‘The Waters of Life’ has been completed, travel to the entrance of Vault 101. Tune into the Vault 101 Distress Signal on your Pipboy and you will start ‘Trouble on the Homefront’. There are three ways to complete this quest, two of which will result in Butch becoming a possible companion.

Where can I get my first companion in Fallout 3?

If your evil, you can get Jericho in Megaton, or head N from Megaton to the scrapyard and get Dogmeat. You can get Charon at the Museum of History when you find the mall. Those are the quickest that I know of. If you find Tenpenny tower quickly you can get RL-2 the robot as a neutral.

How do I get Fawkes as a companion?

If Fawkes is a companion, along with Dogmeat, repeatedly hitting him will cause a never-ending fight between him and Dogmeat. The player character can run away from the fight, hide, and then wait it out. This will cause Fawkes to become a normal companion again.

Where does Charon go when fired?

He will be staying in “the 9th circle” a bar on the second floor in underworld. It is to the left when you enter the city.

What happens if I fire Charon?

Stealing in Underworld turns him hostile. If the Lone Wanderer kills a good non-player character in Charon’s presence, Charon will become upset and, if subsequently fired, turn hostile.

Is Charon a good follower?

User Info: xkylorslayerzx. Charon is the coolest follower, fawkes is technically the best, but he makes the game too easy. If only i could get charon to use a weapon that didnt have a five round clip and I wouldn’t have to check every 5 minutes to see if he lost it.

What does Charon do with the coins?

Coins (specifically a type called an obol or obolos) were left on the body or placed in the mouths of the dead. The dead give Charon the coin, which shows they have had proper funeral rites and therefore deserve to be transported to Hades.

What happens if you Cannot pay Charon?

A coin to pay Charon for passage, usually an obolus or danake, was sometimes placed in or on the mouth of a dead person. Some authors say that those who could not pay the fee, or those whose bodies were left unburied, had to wander the shores for one hundred years, until they were allowed to cross the river.

What happens if you fall into the river Styx?

Bodies dipped into the river will receive the gift of immortality; one famous example is when Thetis, mother of the demigod Achilles, dipped him into the river by his heel. This ensured he could only be harmed at his heel, a fact exploited by Apollo and later giving rise to the phrase “Achilles’ heel”.

Why did they put pennies on a dead man’s eyes?

Greek and Latin literary sources specify the coin as an obol, and explain it as a payment or bribe for Charon, the ferryman who conveyed souls across the river that divided the world of the living from the world of the dead.

Who puts coins on the eyes of the dead?

The greeks placed coins, usually coins called either an “obulus” or a “danake” to pay Charon, the boatman who would ferry the dead across the river Styx. Without payment, there was a danger that the departed soul would be forced to stay on the shore of Hades for an undetermined length of time.

Can you close the eyes of a dead person?

Most people feel the person’s eyes should be closed after death. If the eyes are open, they may be gently closed with a hand. If the person’s mouth is open, a tightly rolled towel can be placed under the chin, gently pushing the chin up and closing the mouth.

Why are there coins on graves?

A coin left on a headstone or at the grave site is meant as a message to the deceased soldier’s family that someone else has visited the grave to pay respect. A nickel indicates that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together, while a dime means you served with him in some capacity.

What does leaving a coin on a grave mean?

A coin left on a headstone lets the deceased soldier’s family know that somebody stopped by to pay their respects. If you leave a penny, it means you visited. A nickel means that you and the deceased soldier trained at boot camp together. If you served with the soldier, you leave a dime.

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