The canine head can also be seen biting at the human head, at which point the human head evades, suggesting some level of individual thought. Clancy was a named centaur cut from the final release of the game. A large number of red tentacles spill from the creature's swollen groin and writhe around on the ground. Centaurs also have a large rib cage and drooping spine along the back of the torso. Centaurs are the result of combining various kinds of animals and people and infecting them with the Forced Evolutionary Virus. It is very likely that centaurs were once human. https://fallout.fandom.com/wiki/Centaur_(Fallout_3)?oldid=3279824. Although they cannot be found anywhere in the game, Clancy can be found in the game files. Centaurs are large, fleshy creatures consisting of human and canine components, named after its three pairs of leg-like arms. They telegraph their close combat attacks quite decisively. Their torsos lack arms, and their mouths are filled with three writhing tentacles. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. In close quarters, it utilizes a long, three-pronged tongue to whip and slash at any intruders. Fallout Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. The resulting centaurs can differ quite radically in physical appearance from one another. Centaurs encountered in New California and Mojave Wasteland were created by the Master. Centaurs are the constant companions of super mutants and are used as their watchdogs. Centaurs are creatures found in the Capital Wasteland. These centaurs are a bigger and stronger variant of a centaur. They are a by-product of infection by the Forced Evolutionary Virus. It is capable of igniting lingering gas vapors as well. Their birthplace, like the super mutants, is Vault 87. So far, the two-headed centaurs have only been encountered on the West Coast, in New California. Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide Collector's Edition Tour of the Mojave Wasteland, https://fallout.fandom.com/wiki/Centaur?oldid=3293658. Centaurs are not major threats, however, they may cause trouble for anyone unprepared. As a result, they can easily be an indicator of more serious threats lurking nearby. His reference id is 2d3be. The centaurs of the East Coast stand almost as tall as an adult human. Centaurs of all known varieties are not harmed by radiation but seem drawn to it, as they are often found in heavily irradiated environments. This type of centaur retains the hands, arms, and only the human-like head of its two-headed "cousins." They extend under the centaur's torso and may lash out from under the base of the neck. Centaurs are rarely found wandering alone and so they may indicate that super mutants are nearby.