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Fallout Characters We Want in the Season 2 Cast

Fan-favorite characters would be great additions to the second season of Fallout.

There are many fan-favorite characters across the various Fallout video games. With Prime’s Fallout series greenlit for a second season, there are a number of possible additions to the show. These are the Fallout characters we want in the Season 2 cast.

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*Note: this article contains spoilers for the Prime Fallout series.*

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There are a few different personas that could easily be included in Fallout alongside the returning cast for the second season. With the location confirmed to be New Vegas, the number of potential candidates shrunk significantly. Even so, there are a few fan favorites that we’d like to make an appearance.

10 of Spades

This NCR First Recon team member is the youngest station at Camp McCarran. He has a few different quests that you can accompany him with as the Courier. He’s a look at the NCR, especially the Alpha Team, which is sure to come into play more in Fallout Season 2.

What most people like about 10 of Spades is his growth. He starts out as a big ego, young recruit but is knocked down a peg or two at the cost of his partner. The guilt he feels and the struggles he faces due to this are quite moving. Being able to see some of his growth in the show could take the character to interesting places.

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Benny

Yes, we included the guy who shoots you at the beginning of Fallout: New Vegas on our list. What better than to see your enemy on the big screen? As a Chairmen of the area, he’s got the power to pull strings and aspirations of ruling the settlement.

Of course, his appearance would have to fit with the timing of the game. Many options lead the Courier to killing Benny, so he can’t show up after that. However, we might get an idea of his conniving and scheming before the Courier even opens their eyes for the first time in Fallout: New Vegas.

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Craig Boone

Boone is a former New California Republic soldier with a tragic backstory. His life has been filled with horrific events, some even orchestrated by his best friend. While many love the complex storyline and find his character endearing, the modern, apathetic, hate-filled Boone would make a great antihero or even antagonist for Fallout Season 2.

Marcus

The cry for super mutants to be added in the second season has been heard. A perfect character to represent them would be Marcus. Not only does he appear in Fallout 2 and Fallout: New Vegas, but he ends up as the Mayor of Jacobstown. This could very well be a location we visit with Lucy and The Ghoul. Interacting with the leader of that town is a distinct possibility.

Moira Brown

Moira is from Fallout 3 and known as the writer of the Wasteland Survival Guide. Yes, the magazine you can collect in Fallout 4. According to Fallout 3 Official Game Guide she was working at Craterside Supply and managing the distribution of the guide during the events of the Prime series. If the timing matches, she could possibly travel while writing the biography of the Lone Wanderer, which she starts in September of 2297.

No-Bark Noonan

No-Bark is an elderly man with wild conspiracy theories. As players and watchers of Fallout, we know these theories can be true, no matter how outrageous they sound. Located in Novac, he could serve comic relief or sagely advice for Lucy and The Ghoul as they track who’s really in charge of America.

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Raul Tejada

Raul is a possible companion in Fallout: New Vegas. He’s a fan favorite and a Ghoul, which could generate some really interesting stories. Did he ever meet The Ghoul? We still don’t know what Walter Goggin’s character did for the majority of 200 years.

For all we know, he could’ve gone to New Vegas previously. It makes some sense. The Ghoul already seems to have an idea of Hank’s destination at the end of Season 1. Raul’s inclusion could flesh out two characters at once.

Rose of Sharon Cassidy

Rose of Sharon Cassidy is the owner of Cassidy Caravans and a possible companion in Fallout 3. A caravan is a handy way to travel. I can already see Lucy befriending Whiskey Rose and urging The Ghoul to travel together. Safety in numbers, right?

By this point, she’d be 53 and completely jaded by life in the wasteland. Outwitted in the caravan wars, she ended up stuck at the Mojave outpost, which is on the way to New Vegas. She knows the way well, can handle the threats, and is just looking for an excuse to leave. Our intrepid vault dweller could certainly provide that for her.

Three Dog

Three Dog is the radio DJ for Fallout 3. Even though that takes place in D.C., the voice actor for the character, Erik Todd Dellums, is all about joining the cast for Season 2. There are a few different ways this could happen. Either there’s a long-distance radio that picks up the signal in Vegas, especially if another character is from D.C. Three Dog could physically travel there, depending on how the timeline matches up. Or, as suggested in the tweet below, Three Dog could become a moniker for various DJs that follow the same style.

Another of his tweets even mentions he could be a different DJ altogether. We’ll have to see how this plays out with the desert DJ, Mr. New Vegas.

Veronica Santangelo

Veronica is a Scribe in the Brotherhood of Steel. If they continue on with Maximus’ storyline, then a local BoS contact could be necessary. Since Veronica is already a helpful potential companion to the Courier, she could easily fill the same role for Maximus.

Also, being a Scribe expands what viewers know about the BoS. Currently, we’ve only seen the Clerics, Knights, Paladins, and Squires. Scribes often play key roles in the BoS questlines in the games, so it’d really flesh out the show’s Brotherhood.

Those are the 10 Fallout characters we want in the Season 2 cast. For more on their roles in the games, their various quests, or comparisons between the show and franchise, check out our Fallout guide hubs.


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