Creatures of Fallen Britain

Terrors of the Wastes

The following list describes which creatures from the core bestiary can be found in Fallen Britain:

  • Beasts
    • Aquatic Creatures
      • Anglers may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands.
      • Fog Crawlers may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands.
      • Ghoul Whales may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands.
      • Giant Catfish map appear in the waters around Fallen Britain.
      • Gulpers may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands.
      • Hermit Crabs may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands.
      • Rad-Dolphins map appear in the waters around Fallen Britain.
    • Mammals
      • Bighorners do not appear in Fallen Britain as the bighorn sheep they are descended from are not native nor likely to be found in British zoos.
      • Brahmiluff may appear in Fallen Britain thanks to the presence of cape buffalo at several safari parks before the Great War, including Knowsley Safari (near Manchester) and the West Midland Safari Park in Bewdley. Their population is therefore centred around the general vicinity of these two parks, and they are more commonly sighted in the West Midlands, Northwest England, and East Wales.
      • Brahmin may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
      • Coyotes are unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain as they are not native nor likely to be found in British zoos.
      • Dogs may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
      • Gazelles may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain, thanks to their presence in safari parks across the country before the Great War.
      • Gorillas may appear anywhere in Britain, but are very rare as they are descendants of zoological populations.
      • Mole Rats do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were artificially created in America.
      • Rad-Rats may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
      • Radstags may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain, but tend not to venture into highly built up areas except at night.
      • Yao Guai may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain, as in the Fallout universe they were reintroduced to the wild in 2035.
      • Wolves may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain, as in the Fallout universe they were reintroduced to the wild in 2035.
    • Reptiles
      • Geckos are unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain, but may be descendants of geckos that escaped from captivity.
      • Pit Vipers do not appear in Fallen Britain.
  • Bugs
    • Ants
    • Ants, Giant may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Ant Swarms may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Bloatflies may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Bloodbugs may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Cave Crickets may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Mantises, Giant are unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain, but may be descendants of mantises that escaped from captivity.
    • Radroaches may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
    • Radscorpions may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain. They are slightly more colourful than the ones encountered in America, with light legs and stingers. They are descended from yellow-tailed scorpions which were accidentally introduced to the UK from Italy in the 1860s.
    • Stingwings may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
  • Brotherhood of Steel are extremely unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain, despite their possession of airships. However, their statblocks can be used to represent members of the Order.
  • Cazadores do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were artificially created in America.
  • Cyberhounds are unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain, though it is possible that the means to create them may have been researched in a case of parallel development or as a result of industrial espionage. Cyberhound stats can be used to represent the robohound created by Rise Robotics, often paired with securibots.
  • Deathclaws
    • Deathclaws do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were artificially created in America.
    • Gatorclaws do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were artificially created in America.
  • Feral Ghouls may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
  • Enclave are extremely unlikely to appear in Fallen Britain, However, their statblocks can be used to represent members of the Regime or Eden Knights.
  • FEV Mutants
    • Centaurs are the result of failed transformations and may appear in the Province of Georgeland, or with Super Mutant parties who have migrated from their homeland.
    • Floaters do not appear anywhere in Fallen Britain as they are unique creations of the FEV experiments at West Tek.
  • Ghost People have little reason to leave Sierra Madre, let alone America.
  • Mercenaries may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
  • Mirelurks may appear on Fallen Britain's coasts and islands, and have a habit of spreading surprisingly large distances overland to nest in any available water sources or significant size.
  • Raiders* may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain.
  • Robots
    • Assaultrons do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were created for the United States military. However, their statblock can easily represent a British made military robot.
    • Eyebots do appear in Fallen Britain, though not commonly. Their statblock can also represent the more common commbot.
    • Mister Handies/Miss Nannies* do appear in Fallen Britain, typically in construction roles but they also found favour in hospital surgeries. Mister Gutsies do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were created for the United States military. However, their statblock can easily represent a British made military robot.
    • Protectrons do appear in Fallen Britain, though not commonly.
    • Robobrains do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were created for the United States military. However, their statblock can easily represent a British made military robot.
    • Sentrybots do not appear in Fallen Britain as they were created for the United States military. However, their statblock can easily represent a British made military robot.
  • Super Mutants
    • Nightkin do not typically appear in Fallen Britain, as the circumstances leading to the creation of their subrace were specific to the Master's army. However, an individual or small group could theoretically use stealth technology.
    • Super Mutants may appear anywhere in Fallen Britain, though they are primarily concentrated in the Province of Georgeland (northern Scotland).
  • Tunnelers do not appear in Fallen Britain as they are unique to the Divide and its environs.
  • Worms
    • Bloodworms may appear on Britain's sandy beaches, and could be descended from glycera lapidum rather than glycera dibranchiata.
    • Sand Sharks may appear on Britain's sandy beaches.

Local Horrors

A number of new creatures roam the wastes of Fallen Britain and will be added to Fall Britannia's bestiary section in time!

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