Baby in the Pitt...kidnap or leave?

  1. In the Pitt, how critical is it to the story if I leave the baby?

    User Info: CPT_Thor

    CPT_Thor - 7 years ago

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  1. Depends what you mean by 'Critical to the story'. Like people have said, it's not a gamestopping event, just a declaration of which side you're on. Kidnap and side with the slaves, leave the baby and side with Ashur and the raiders. All it affects gamewise is the enemies you're going to face for the rest of the DLC. Take the baby, and you fight the raiders, with their armour and guns. Leave the baby, and you'll be fighting slaves armed with Auto-Axes.

    Storywise, the choices are different. It's the standard 'moral choice' thing, just a little more difficult to work out which is the 'good' or 'evil' choice. Kidnap a baby = bad, but this results in freed slaves which is good. Or leave the baby with her loving parents, which is good, but suppress the slaves and side with raiders, which is bad. And to be honest, one choice is short term good, long term bad, while the other is short term bad, long term good. Pick which side you think you'd be on. Neither choice is outright good or outright evil.

    User Info: Rob_E_Coyote

    Rob_E_Coyote - 7 years ago 2 0

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  1. If you want to side with the slaves, take the baby. If you want to side with the raiders, don't. If you pick it up all the raiders instantly become hostile. Nothing long lasting, just picking sides really.

    User Info: wKnNarrator

    wKnNarrator - 7 years ago 0 0
  2. Its very critical it decides which side you are going to be on..i would suggest you kill the mother first if you decide to take the baby because she has a scoped magnum.

    User Info: 1KingOfGames

    1KingOfGames - 7 years ago 0 0
  3. Choose the baby to side with the slave and don't to side with the raiders. And like 1KingOfGames said you'll wanna kill the mother first since she has a good gun, though if your a high level that gun could barely hurt you.

    User Info: jackwinz1

    jackwinz1 - 7 years ago 0 0

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