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Evan King
race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: Arefu
role: Mayor, Defender
location: Arefu
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Blood Ties
SPECIAL: 6ST, 6PE, 5EN, 5CH, 4IN, 6AG, 4LK
actor: Paul Eiding
base id: 0001D5F6
ref id: 0001D70F

Evan King is a resident of Arefu and is the lone defender of the town in the year 2277.



Evan King was born in 2222[1].

He is skilled in explosives and does not hesitate to shoot any prospective attackers. Evan King is spoken of rather disparagingly by the town's residents, who heavily criticize his inaction with the recent raids The Family has carried out on Arefu.

Interactions with the player character

Main article: Blood Ties

When you arrive to Arefu to deliver Lucy West's letter, he will ask you to check onto the residents' welfare. Upon returning to him with news of the West's violent deaths, he will send you to search for Ian West, who was taken away by The Family. He speculates as to three possible locations of where their base is situated. Upon returning Ian to Arefu and making a deal with the Family to protect the town, Evan will allow you to make use of the weapons he has stored.

Upon completion of the Blood Ties quest, there will be an extra dialogue option while talking to Evan King. If you choose this option, he will give you one of the many alcoholic drinks for free. You will be able to use this option to gain the drinks as many times as you would like.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Merc Troublemaker Outfit
Roving Trader Hat
R91 Assault Rifle Frag Grenade -


  • Inside his house (requires level 50 lockpick to break in), you can find the Repair Bobblehead. The door is marked red but there is no karma lost. It is trespassing while inside though, and if you linger too long the whole town will become hostile to you (as well as The Family depending on how and whether you concluded Blood Ties).
  • King also does not have a key to his own house, so you can't get it from him by picking his pockets or killing him.


King appears only in Fallout 3.


  • It is possible for King to be considered dead by both the Family and the residents of Arefu and yet still be at his usual position on the ramp.
  • It is possible that King will shoot at you if you bring Fawkes to Arefu and get near his house. Fawkes will respond by killing King, and Lucy West will treat you as if you killed the residents in Arefu (disabling conversation).


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide

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