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Hamut is a unique recruit whose wife was taken by slavers. He can rarely be found in a bar in Clownsteady, Drifter's Last, or more commonly in Shark. He is a potential recruit, costing nothing provided the interacting character opposes slavery. He can also spawn in other UC bars.

He will spawn with the Honorable Personality.

Hamut does not appear to track the player's stance on slavery after recruitment, and does not attack slavers unprovoked. (0.95.11)


Attributes Level
Strength 13
Toughness 13
Dexterity 13
Perception 1

Combat Skills Level
Melee Attack, Melee Defence 13
Dodge, Martial Arts 13÷10

Weapon Skills Level
Blunt, Hackers, Heavy, Katanas, Polearms, Sabres 13

Ranged Skills Level
Turrets 13
Crossbows 1
Precision Shooting 13

Thievery Skills Level
Stealth, Lockpicking, Thievery 1
Assassination 13÷2

Athletic Skills Level
Athletics, Swimming 13

Science Skills Level
Field Medic 13
Engineer, Robotics, Science 1

Trade Skills Level
Weapon Smith, Armour Smith, Labouring, Farming, Cooking 1

Stats randomize by 6
The Statistics here are taken from FCS. Skills will be multiplied by the racial multiplier. Players should also be aware that non-player characters also level up while fighting.


Hamut's opposition to slavery stems from his wife being taken as a slave. He has apparently contacted the Anti-Slavery Guild named Spring, who failed to save his wife, and refused to recruit Hamut. Depending on the conversation choices, Hamut can state that he knows his wife is dead, or imply that he believes she can still be saved. It is unclear which statement is true. Hamut does not refer to the site of his wife's incarceration by name- only mentioning that it is a mine. It is not currently known if Hamut's wife exists as an NPC in the game.


When Hamut is traveling with Miu, he might say:

Hamut: This scent... it reminds me of her...

Miu: I'm sorry about your wife, Hamut. Slavers, they're the scum of the earth.

Hamut: And I'm sorry about your time in the mines... I won't let them take you again

Miu: We'll take them down one day, Hamut. You and me, together.