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So now that I have a decent weapon (10mm Pistol), I've decided to go and help Torr protect the brahmin from the 'bugmen'.

I've tried this a few times and I get the same message each time, "You failed to help Torr protect all the brahmin."

Only the first Radscorpion gets anywhere close, since it spawns next to you. The other ones are just chilling well away from Torr and the brahmin. I go and kill them all and it even tells me that I've successfully killed them all, and Torr even agrees, and yet I get this failure message when I leave.

What gives?
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What you've described is the way to solve this quest. Are you using any mods that may affect gameplay?

You could also try talking to the Duntons lurking nearby, agree to their plan, and then convince them to call it off. That is an alternative, however. Defeating all the radscorpions should work.
Post edited February 04, 2018 by HanSewLow
In my opinion, the mysterious "bug men" are the Dunton brothers of course, and the radscorpions are there just to avert your attention (of course, you kill those anyway, for sport).

There several ways to solve this, but to my knowledge, they all involve dealing with Duntons in one way or another, up and including killing them then and there, if you so choice.
you have any patches, mods?
I am not using any mods.

I tried killing the Duntons once (they wouldn't let me in on their plan, regardless), no difference (except I GAINED Karma, haha).
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bushwhacker2k: I am not using any mods.
well, you'd better install at least killap's patch
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bushwhacker2k: I am not using any mods.
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burn: well, you'd better install at least killap's patch
No doubt about that.
Anyone looking for a smooth experience should get killap's patch, it gets rid of hundreds of bugs Black Isle Studios couldn't fix.

http://www.patches-scrolls.de/patch/1595/7/62759/download
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burn: well, you'd better install at least killap's patch
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shantae.: No doubt about that.
Anyone looking for a smooth experience should get killap's patch, it gets rid of hundreds of bugs Black Isle Studios couldn't
No need to give links to some "strange" sites while there is official Killap's website:
http://www.killap.net/

For playing Fo2 these days Killap's patch is "a must". IMHO Restoration Project is good for first gameplay too - it's not altering gameplay, it's just restoring content made by original developers but not finished back then. There are no radical changes in story/gameplay.
Post edited February 09, 2018 by TPR
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shantae.: No doubt about that.
Anyone looking for a smooth experience should get killap's patch, it gets rid of hundreds of bugs Black Isle Studios couldn't
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TPR: No need to give links to some "strange" sites while there is official Killap's website:
I needed, though.
I once downloaded a file from the official website, in a formatted machine, and it was infected.
It certainly wasn't on purpose, but since then, I avoided downloading things there.
About the "strange" website, heh, I never had any issues with it.
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shantae.: No doubt about that.
Anyone looking for a smooth experience should get killap's patch, it gets rid of hundreds of bugs Black Isle Studios couldn't
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TPR: No need to give links to some "strange" sites while there is official Killap's website:
http://www.killap.net/

For playing Fo2 these days Killap's patch is "a must". IMHO Restoration Project is good for first gameplay too - it's not altering gameplay, it's just restoring content made by original developers but not finished back then. There are no radical changes in story/gameplay.
Patches scrolls isn't "strange", it's been around for years and has patches for many games - including fan-made patches such as Killaps.

In theory killap's site should be the most up-to-date, but development on that patch has pretty much ended now AFAIK.
If it was "infected", it could've been a mitm... or a false positive. You can always re-check at virustotal.