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Adan is a slave worker in The Pitt located just before the door to the Steelyard, in the year 2277.
He doesn't do much other than just cut at a halved bus in front of the entrance of the steelyard.
- His attitude is optimistic because he has accepted his role in The Pitt. The basis of his beliefs come from the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism, his quotes are based on their religious text called the Tao Te Ching. A book, he states to the player, Midea read to him though he never names it. It is slightly ironic that Adan bases his beliefs on a Chinese religion, considering that he and all other characters of the Fallout universe are in their current post-nuclear surroundings because of a war with the Chinese.
- Adan seems to die instantly from no apparent cause once the slave uprising begins in Free Labor. If you enter The Pitt Downtown from The Mill, you can witness him die and his body flung through the air like a rubber band.
Adan appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.