The pitt, Ashur wont react??? - Fallout 3 Answers for PlayStation 3 - GameFAQs
Free Labor Achievement in Fallout 3: Completed "Free Labor" - worth 40 Once you beat the Arena, you need to meet Ashur in Haven. So 1. For Fallout 3 on the Xbox , a GameFAQs message board topic titled Ashur is the leader of all those ****ing slavers that you just wanna punch in the he told me to unleash some trogs on haven, I was like I couldn't do it. (2) Retrieve your gear. (3) Meet Ashur in Haven. (4) Find the cure in Ashur's palace. (5) Steal the baby and leave. (6) Bring the baby to Midea.
All sorts of valuables can be found around here, from an Assault Rifle and some Frag Mines to a Sensor Module and a Conductor, and much, much more. Now, here's a very important warning, and one that you should carefully consider as you traverse both this new area of Downtown as well as the expansive Uptown area of the Pitt.
Any substance that can be abused by the Pitt Raiders will be abused by them, and you don't want to even remotely attempt to tread on their space unless you want dozens and dozens of angry Slavers coming after you for the rest of the duration of your time in the Pitt. So, while there's plenty of Jet, Beer, Buffout and the like lying around, if you examine it and the screen shows the text in red, you will essentially be stealing from them if you grab it. If they see you do this, you're in trouble, so resist the urge.
You can steal so much more from the Raiders, including ammunition, curative items, and even liquor stored in their footlockers.
But don't push it! When you're done exploring to your heart's content, you'll ultimately need to seek out a final location in The Pitt, a space called Haven.
Haven is a large skyscraper that the Pitt's leadership call home, and it's where you'll find Ashur, the leader of the Pitt.
The subsequent sequence will begin this DLC pack's endgame, so if you were having a smashing time here in this hellhole of a city, well, it won't last too much longer. So, when you're done exploring, and you're both stacked up and healed up, approach the frightening-looking statue in front of Haven, walk underneath it, and approach the main door into the skyscraper. It's time to meet up with Ashur, the man responsible for all of this madness.
Now, keep in mind that you have options here. Options were presented to you throughout your Fallout 3 experience, and while you've had choices to make so far on your journey through The Pitt, the endgame is certainly no different.
Haven is a dangerous location for those hostile to the Slavers, but as long as you haven't started anything with the Slavers up to this point, hostilities won't break out until you decide to initiate them yourself if you choose to do so. So while there's exploration to be done on the initial couple of floors of Haven, you'll likely want to keep your hands to yourself, if only to keep the Slavers temporarily off your back.
If an item's text is red when examined, remember that you'll be stealing it if you pick it up. If a Slaver sees you, that's the end of the line. Footlockers and some other containers yield stuff or you to grab, however, completely immune from retribution.
And Ashur is a good guy in a bad spot if you listen to his tapes. It's a tough choice, really. Cause the good choice is for the bad guys. And the not-as-good-but-still-not-terrible choice results in a dead family and a guy in power who isn't much better. I think I'm gonna side with Ashur and the slavers, but I was just wondering what you guys all chose and why?
It seems like if you don't care about people at all, you get more loot by siding with Wernher, but that's not really enough motivation for me. Even if it takes losing your whole world to find them.
The Pitt - Who do YOU side with? *spoilers* - Fallout 3 Message Board for Xbox - GameFAQs
Ashur has a unique Power Armor you can take if you kill him and nothing changes no matter who you side with. Although neither side increases or decreases karma, Marie does stand a better chance in the sterile environment with an accomplished scientist, thus making it the more moral choice. Orenklew Orenklew 9 years ago 3 I think killing the slaves gives you bad karma, but next to that you won't lose any karma. Bongpong Bongpong 9 years ago 4 The first time I played through the Pitt, as neutral I sided with Wehrner and the slaves.
I had felt funny about taking the baby and when I finally got to Wehrner and he told me to unleash some trogs on haven, I was like I couldn't do it. Of course, when I told him I didn't want to do it, he shot me in the face so I reloaded and did it and from then on never eally felt like Wehrner was that good a guy.Fallout 3 Ashur Glitch
Then when i played through again as good and evil I sided with Ashur and the slavers. While I played through just for my benefit on evil when i did the good side I found tapes by Ashur telling Marie why he did what he did and when asked to take down Wehrner, i went to Wehrner and convinced him to leave forever.
He ended up cursing everyone to hell which made me believe he never had the best of intetions. IceStar IceStar 9 years ago 5 To quote an old saying some time your Damned if you do and damned if you don't. I wented with Asher becuase I'm a more look ahead to the future kinda of guy.