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LSCR:DESCaaCharGenLoadAmerica in the year 2077 is a land of advanced technological achievements... and terrible civil strife. As in any age, most ordinary people want only one thing - a happy, peaceful life.
LSCR:DESCaaCharGenLoad2On the morning of Saturday, October 23, 2077 America was consumed by the flames of nuclear war. The war with China had finally reached its cataclysmic conclusion.
LSCR:DESCArmor01PowerArmor1Even without any pieces, a Power Armor frame provides a variety of advantages, like increased carry weight, greater melee damage and the elimination of falling damage.
LSCR:DESCArmor02PowerArmor2You can mix and match all different kinds of Power Armor pieces on a single frame, and add mods to most of those pieces to increase their effectiveness.
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor3Power Armor can be enhanced with a variety of mods that add specialized functionality, like a jet boost, Tesla damage field, explosive impact landing, integrated Stealth Boy, and auto Stimpaks.
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor4RaiderAcross the Commonwealth, some of the fiercest Raider leaders have scavenged old suits of Power Armor and restored them to full working order.
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor5T45The T-45 series was the first version of Power Armor ever employed on the battlefield by the U.S. military. Many suits remain active in the Wasteland today, and provide their wearers with substantial protection.
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor6T51The T-51 series of Power Armor was the pinnacle of mechanized protection before the Great War. First introduced in the Battle of Anchorage, it is highly valued today for its increased protective capabilities.
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor7T60The T-60 series of Power Armor saw extensive use by the United States Army after the Battle of Anchorage. In fact, soldiers in T-60 Power Armor were among those trying to retain order on October 23, 2077 - the day America fell to atomic war...
LSCR:DESCArmor03PowerArmor8X01The X-01 series of Power Armor was specially engineered and employed by remnants of the U.S. military after the Great War, and offers increased protection over the older, pre-war models.
LSCR:DESCArmor04UnderarmorThe Vault Suit and a few other pieces of clothing, like Long Johns and Raider Leathers, are thin enough to be worn underneath additional pieces of armor.
LSCR:DESCArmor05LeatherLeather Armor offers additional protection against energy damage.
LSCR:DESCArmor06MetalMetal Armor offers additional protection against ballistic damage.
LSCR:DESCArmor07CombatCombat Armor offers balanced protection against both energy and ballistic damage.
LSCR:DESCChems01BuffoutBuffout is a powerful steroid that gained popularity with athletes before the Great War. It grants temporary bonuses to Strength, Endurance and maximum Health.
LSCR:DESCChems02JetUsing Jet creates an altered state of consciousness where time appears to slow, allowing you to perform more actions than normal for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems03PsychoOriginally developed by the United States military to increase soldiers' combat effectiveness, Psycho grants the user increased Damage output and Damage Resistance for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems04MentatsNeed to get smart, quick? Mentats will boost both your Perception and Intelligence for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems05RadMedsRad-X significantly increases your Radiation Resistance for a limited period of time. RadAway completely removes any radiation you've already been exposed to.
LSCR:DESCChems06StimpakFor fast, effective healing of both overall health and every injured body part, nothing beats a Stimpak.
LSCR:DESCChems07AddictionUsing chems or alcohol can provide powerful temporary boosts, but can also lead to addiction. When addicted, you have to consistently take the chem or alcohol - failing to do so will inflict a severe stat penalty.
LSCR:DESCChems08DaddyOPopular with beatniks and intellectuals before the Great War, Daddy-O raises Intelligence and Perception, but lowers Charisma, for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems09DaytripperA pre-war chem favored by those looking for a "happy escape," Daytripper raises both Charisma and Luck, but lowers Strength, for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems10XCellCreated before the war as a general performance enhancer, X-Cell never got out of the prototype stage, but was widely distributed on the black market. It boosts every SPECIAL attribute for a limited period of time, but is highly addictive.
LSCR:DESCChems11MedXMed-X is a powerful pain killer that effectively increases Damage Resistance for a limited period of time.
LSCR:DESCChems12AddictolAs rare as it is powerful, Addictol completely cures its user of all addictions.
LSCR:DESCChems13AddictionCureTo cure addiction, visit a doctor in any major settlement.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity01Diamond City was constructed in the remains of Boston's world-renowned baseball stadium.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity02Diamond City, the "Great Green Jewel" of the Commonwealth, is the area's largest and most secure settlement.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity03Diamond City's non-denominational All Faiths Chapel offers services and counseling for all of Diamond City's residents, regardless of religion.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity04In the year 2229, a mysterious visitor to Diamond City killed several people. It was only after he was shot dead by city security that the stranger was revealed to be a synth. The people of the Commonwealth have feared the Institute ever since.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity05Diamond City's newspaper, Publick Occurrences, gets its name from the first newspaper ever published in Boston, in 1690.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity06Diamond City Radio broadcasts the most popular music from before the war, as well as more recent news stories.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity07The Science Center has been instrumental in helping maintain Diamond City's power, robotics and agriculture.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity08At the Mega Surgery Center, Diamond City residents can undergo facial reconstruction, if they tire of the same old look.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity09The Colonial Taphouse is Diamond City's upscale tavern, where the settlement's more wealthy residents drink, socialize, and generally look down on everyone else.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity10The Diamond City Schoolhouse offers a free education to all of the settlement's children, regardless of family or social status.
LSCR:DESCCityDiamondCity11Valentine's Detective Agency is run by private investigator Nick Valentine, who has helped many of the residents of Diamond City over the years.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor01Bobbi No-Nose is a small-time operator with big-time plans. Every place she sets up shop inevitably turns into a base of operations.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor02Now little more than a flophouse, Goodneighbor's Hotel Rexford was once the center of a thriving chem trade.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor03The Old State House, once one of Boston's most renowned historic buildings, now serves as the headquarters of Goodneighbor's mayor, Hancock. According to popular legend, the leader took his name when he took the famous statesman's outfit, once on display.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor04While chems are plentiful in Goodneighbor, there are those who claim the Memory Den offers the best high possible - the experience of reliving the past...
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor05Built in the remnants of an old subway station, the Third Rail offers live jazz, stiff drinks, and a good chance to meet bad people.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor06Goodneighbor was built in and around the remains of Boston's old red light district, Scollay Square.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor07Goodneighbor was founded in the year 2240, by a group of criminals who were banished from Diamond City.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor08Goodneighbor's residents come from every walk of life, and the settlement welcomes anyone strong enough to remain free, from robots and Ghouls to criminals and chem addicts.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor09In Goodneighbor, taking the law into your own hands isn't only allowed, it's expected. The settlement has one overriding rule - respect others, or face the consequences.
LSCR:DESCCityGoodneighbor10If there's one place in the entire Commonwealth where people don't fear the Institute, it's Goodneighbor. They love the freedom their community provides, and would do anything necessary to defend it.
LSCR:DESCCombat01Want to prevent an enemy from fleeing? Cripple the legs.
LSCR:DESCCombat02You can run faster with your weapon holstered, and fastest when sprinting.
LSCR:DESCCombat03Heavier weapons typically deal more damage, but take up more weight in your inventory, and slow you down when they're equipped.
LSCR:DESCCombat04Zooming in with a ranged weapon slows you down, but improves your accuracy.
LSCR:DESCCombat05Crouching will both improve your accuracy, and activate sneak mode.
LSCR:DESCCombat06If you start a fight you can't finish, try putting away your weapon. There's a slight chance your opponent just might forgive you...
LSCR:DESCCombat07Melee attacks on enemies can stagger them, interrupting their attacks.
LSCR:DESCCombat08Actively blocking against a melee attacker might cause them to recoil, and render their attack useless.
LSCR:DESCCombat09Weapons and creatures can deliver four different types of damage: Ballistic, Energy, Radiation and Poison. Some enemies are naturally resistant against certain forms of damage, but specialized armor can also offer the same protection.
LSCR:DESCCombat10Actively blocking against a melee attacker might cause them to recoil, and deal no damage.
LSCR:DESCCombat11Use the bash button to deliver a melee attack with any ranged weapon.
LSCR:DESCCombat12Some weapons can completely disintegrate or "gooify" an enemy upon death. Don't worry - you can still retrieve any loot from their pile of ashes. Or... puddle.
LSCR:DESCCombat13To throw a grenade or Molotov cocktail, first equip it, and then hold the Bash/Power Attack button.
LSCR:DESCCombat14When you set off a hostile mine, it will begin beeping a rapid countdown before exploding. If you're quick enough, you can activate the mine within that time to disarm it.
LSCR:DESCCombat15CriticalMeterSuccessful attacks in V.A.T.S. build your Critical meter. Once the meter is filled, you can unleash a devastating attack.
LSCR:DESCCompanion01You can alter the weapons and attire of most companions by accessing the trade menu in dialogue.
LSCR:DESCCompanion02If you'd like to adventure alone, or with someone else, you can dismiss your current companion by speaking with them.
LSCR:DESCCompanion03Each companion has their own likes and dislikes. Some actions will earn their respect. Others, their disappointment.
LSCR:DESCCompanion04LoversEmbraceSleeping in a bed when your romantic companion is nearby will grant the Lover's Embrace perk, which grants a significant boost to any earned XP for a limited time.
LSCR:DESCCreatureAssaultronThe Assaultron robot was constructed by RobCo and sold to the U.S. military as a frontline wartime combatant. It is fast and deadly at close range, and employs a devastating laser at a distance. Some units can even employ stealth technology.
LSCR:DESCCreatureBloatflyOne of the Wasteland's most disgusting creatures, the Bloatfly shoots its maggots as projectiles, and often explodes upon death.
LSCR:DESCCreatureBloodbugNot only do Bloodbugs suck the blood of their victims, but they will often shoot it back at them, causing distorted vision.
LSCR:DESCCreatureDeathclawNo creature represents the danger of the Wasteland as much as the Deathclaw, which uses razor-sharp claws to rip apart its prey... in seconds.
LSCR:DESCCreatureDogThe Wasteland is home to a variety of dogs, from vicious wild curs to trained attack hounds.
LSCR:DESCCreatureFeralGhoulWhile they can easily be mistaken for zombies, Feral Ghouls are actually horribly irradiated humans whose brains have rotted away, causing madness.
LSCR:DESCCreatureGunnerThe Gunners are the Commonwealth's most well organized mercenary group. Unscrupulous and highly skilled, they will take any contract... if the price is right.
LSCR:DESCCreatureInvisibleSome creatures, like the Mirelurk King, Chameleon Deathclaw and Sentry Bot, can utilize stealth to turn themselves almost invisible and ambush unwary prey.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMirelurkMost Mirelurks are heavily armored and resistant to most forms of damage, but their faces are vulnerable.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMissNannyThe Miss Nanny robot was created by General Atomics International as the female equivalent of the Mister Handy. As such, it carries similar built-in armaments.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMoleratMole Rats often travel underground and then burst through the surface to ambush their prey.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMrGutsyThe Mister Gutsy was created by General Atomics International as a combat alternative to its domestic Mister Handy robot.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMrHandyCreated by General Atomics International as a domestic servant robot, Mister Handy is equipped with tools that can be used as weapons, if the need arises.
LSCR:DESCCreatureMutantHoundSuper Mutants are often accompanied by Mutant Hounds, monstrous dogs that are just as dangerous as their masters.
LSCR:DESCCreatureProtectronThe RobCo Protectron was constructed for a multitude of civil service applications, from security to firefighting.
LSCR:DESCCreatureProtectronConstructionThe construction model of Protectron was built to take damage. Some versions also come equipped with an internal nail gun, which they can utilize in combat.
LSCR:DESCCreatureProtectronFiremanThe firefighter model of Protectron is equipped with an internal cryo gun it can utilize in any combat situation.
LSCR:DESCCreatureProtectronMedicThe medic model of Protectron was designed to use its hands as a defibrillator. In combat, it utilizes this ability as a painful shock attack.
LSCR:DESCCreatureProtectronPoliceIn combat, the police model of Protectron relies on strong melee attacks and a painful electric shock.
LSCR:DESCCreatureRadscorpionRadiation has mutated the common Emperor Scorpion into the deadly Radscorpion, one of the Wasteland's fiercest predators. Beware its claws and poisoned stinger.
LSCR:DESCCreatureRadstagThe hideously mutated, two-headed Radstag is a pathetic creature that will likely run at the first sign of contact. But if forced to fight, it can prove a deadly opponent.
LSCR:DESCCreatureRaiderRaiders are the scourge of the Wasteland, in the Commonwealth and everywhere else. Loosely organized, with a power hierarchy based on pure ruthlessness, they will attack anyone at any time... for any reason.
LSCR:DESCCreatureRobotsRobots tend to get more dangerous as they get more damaged. When both their arms are disabled, most robots will then charge at an opponent while initiating a self-destruct sequence, and explode in a fiery final attack.
LSCR:DESCCreatureSentryBotThe Sentry Bot is one of the most dangerous robots ever created, and utilizes a variety of heavy weapons systems to destroy its enemies. Upon death, it erupts in a devastating explosion.
LSCR:DESCCreatureSentryBot02Because of its size, the Sentry Bot generates a significant amount of heat. During combat, it will occasionally enter a "cooldown" state. When this happens, the Sentry Bot's back panel will open, exposing its Fusion Core... and presenting the best moment to strike.
LSCR:DESCCreatureStingwingThe fiercest flying insect in the Commonwealth, the Stingwing strikes relentlessly with its poisoned stinger.
LSCR:DESCCreatureSuperMutantSuper Mutants are stronger and more resilient than humans, and consider themselves the Commonwealth's superior race.
LSCR:DESCCreatureSynthInstitute synths come in a variety of models, from the skeletal Gen 1 to the advanced Gen 3, which is indistinguishable from a human.
LSCR:DESCCreatureTurretsAutomated Turrets will track and attack their targets relentlessly, but can often be reprogrammed from a nearby computer terminal.
LSCR:DESCCreatureYaoGuaiOriginally named by the descendants of those held in Chinese internment camps before the Great War, the Yao Guai is a ferocious mutated bear.
LSCR:DESCCrime01The Commonwealth lacks any sort of institutional justice system. Criminal wrongdoing is dealt with harshly, and usually ends when the perpetrator or victim lies dead.
LSCR:DESCCrime02StealingWhen you steal an item, the owner will generally attempt to take it back from you. If they can't, they may attack.
LSCR:DESCCriticalMeterSuccessful attacks in V.A.T.S. fill your Critical meter. Once it's completely filled, you can unleash a devastating attack.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS02Piloted by Lancer-Captain Kells, the Prydwen has traveled extensively along the East Coast... but this is its first journey to the Commonwealth.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS03While the Prydwen does not have any actual weapons systems, it always carries enough troops, vertibirds and supplies to mount a major offensive.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS04The Brotherhood of Steel is dedicated to the advancement of humanity, and views mutation as a scourge. Super Mutants, Ghouls and any other "abominations" have been deemed impure, and must be eradicated.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS05To the Brotherhood of Steel, the Gen 3 synths, which are indistinguishable from humans, are a perfect example of science run amok - a technology that cannot be fully controlled by humans.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS06Liberty Prime was a failed pre-war military project. The Brotherhood of Steel completed that project, and the giant robot is now the most powerful weapon in their arsenal.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS07Most Brotherhood of Steel soldiers utilize the most effective, technologically advanced equipment available, like laser weapons and Power Armor.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS08Anyone recruited into the Brotherhood of Steel starts at the rank of Initiate, and is mentored by a higher-ranking sponsor.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS09Children born into the Brotherhood of Steel begin their training, and indoctrination, as Squires.
LSCR:DESCFactionBoS10The highest rank a Brotherhood of Steel soldier can achieve is Sentinel. New Elders are very specifically - and very rarely - selected.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute01The Institute is actually an advanced subterranean metropolis, a technological marvel unlike anything seen on the surface of the Commonwealth.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute02The Institute was officially founded in the year 2110 by a group a of former Commonwealth Institute of Technology students who took refuge in the college's underground level at the time of the Great War.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute03After developing the Molecular Relay, an advanced teleportation device, the Institute sealed off access to the surface and began their campaign of underground expansion.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute04The Institute often sends its synths to the surface to scavenge for usable materials. The affect this has on the Commonwealth, or its people, is not a priority...
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute05Institute scientists rarely leave the safety and comfort of their underground utopia. If there are experiments to be conducted on the surface, they are generally carried out by synths.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute06The Institute is ruled by a Directorate, made up of the individual heads of each division, and one specially-appointed Director.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute07The BioScience division produces the majority of the Institute's food, but also carries out a number of other, sometimes secret, projects.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute08The Advanced Systems division is responsible for developing the original Molecular Relay, nearly one hundred years ago.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute09The Synth Retention Bureau is tasked with the retrieval of "escaped" Gen 3 synths - malfunctioning units whose self-aware AI has convinced them that they are, in fact, alive.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute10The Institute's experiments with the Forced Evolutionary Virus, or FEV, ended when Doctor Virgil went rogue and fled into the Commonwealth.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute11The Institute is convinced that the surface of the Commonwealth is doomed, and the true future of the human race lies underground.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute12The Institute allows humans to live in a clean, safe, comfortable environment, free from the strife and environmental hazards that have rendered the surface nearly uninhabitable.
LSCR:DESCFactionInstitute13Before the war, C.I.T. conducted experiments in its underground nuclear reactor. Today, it has been repurposed, and once activated will provide the Institute with nearly limitless power.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen01The Minutemen once made their headquarters in South Boston's Fort Independence, also known as "the Castle." That ended when a giant creature rose from the sea decades ago and laid it to waste.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen02The Minutemen were formed over a century ago by ordinary people who simply wanted to defend their home, the Commonwealth, from any threat imaginable. Sadly, the group has fallen into disarray in recent years.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen04Radio Freedom is the radio station of the Minutemen, and allows them to broadcast alerts all across the Commonwealth from their headquarters in the Castle.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen05Use the Flare Gun to summon help from any nearby Minutemen.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen06Use Artillery Smoke Grenades to call in artillery strikes from nearby Minutemen batteries.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen07The Vertibird Signal Grenade can be used to call in a friendly vertibird for transport.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen08Fort Independence was named in 1797, at a ceremony presided over by President John Adams. Before then, it was known as Castle William, and then Fort Adams. Before its destruction in 2240, the fortification served as an apt headquarters for the Minutemen.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen09The Minutemen first rose to prominence in the year 2180, when they defended Diamond City against a horde of Super Mutant attackers.
LSCR:DESCFactionMinutemen10Like the Minutemen of the Revolutionary era, the modern day Minutemen are dedicated to defending the people of Massachusetts, at a minute's notice.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad01The only group in the Commonwealth willing to actually fight the Institute is the Railroad, an organization almost as secretive as the Institute itself.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad02No one knows just how powerful the Railroad is, or if they even possess the means to defeat their sworn enemy - the Institute.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad03The crypt beneath the Old North Church once contained the bones of more than 1000 Bostonians buried in the 19th and 18th centuries. Today it serves as headquarters for the enigmatic Railroad, a group dedicated to saving synths and destroying the Institute.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad04The Institute discovered the Railroad's previous headquarters, and nearly destroyed the group in the process. If the current HQ were to be discovered, it would prove disastrous.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad05Railroad agents communicate via "railsigns," secret symbols scrawled throughout the Commonwealth that indicate dangers, allies and even the occasional cache of goods.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad06The Railroad relies on safehouses to hide runaway synths and resupply agents in the field.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad07What the Railroad lacks in numbers they make up for in subterfuge. They rely on secrecy and intelligence gathering to tip the odds in their fight against the Institute.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad08A "heavy" is a Railroad agent tasked with bringing the fight directly to the Institute. Their training prepares them for the most difficult and dangerous assignments available.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad09While the Railroad's primary enemy is the Institute, they are also dedicated to battling the general hatred of synths that has spread throughout the Commonwealth.
LSCR:DESCFactionRailroad10P.A.M., or the Predictive Analytical Machine, is a unique robot with advanced artificial intelligence, originally built to predict and stop a nuclear war. While she ultimately failed in that duty, P.A.M. has proven instrumental to the Railroad's operations.
LSCR:DESCFastTravel01Once you discover a location, you can use your map to fast travel back to it. Normally, you must be outside to do so, but there are exceptions.
LSCR:DESCFastTravel02To enter and exit the Institute, simply fast travel to and from using the map. This ability is only available if you stay in the Institute's good graces...
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay01You can restore Health by using a Stimpak, eating food, visiting a doctor, drinking from a water source, or sleeping in a bed.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay02Sleeping in any bed will fully restore your Health and heal any crippled body parts.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay03Drinking from a water source is always a tactical choice - you will usually restore lost Health, but raise your radiation level.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay04Sleeping in a rented or owned bed will give you a "Well Rested" bonus that boosts your earned XP for for a limited time.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay05Combat too hard or too easy? You can change the game's difficulty at any time.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay06Need a real challenge? Try Survival difficulty. Health restoration will be severely reduced.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay07The higher the difficulty setting, the greater your chance of finding Legendary items.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay08Use the Pip-Boy to tune into different radio stations. If you close the Pip-Boy while the radio is on, it will continue playing until you go back into the Pip-Boy and turn it off.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay09ChemistryStationUse a Chemistry Station to create useful chems and medicines.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay10CookingStationYou can use a Cooking Station to create recipes from the various ingredients you find, like wild plants and meat from slain creatures.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay11WeaponsWorkbenchUse a Weapons Workbench to make useful modifications to most of your weapons.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay12ArmorWorkbenchUse an Armor Workbench to modify your armor and increase its resistances.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay13PowerArmorStationUse a Power Armor Station to repair and make modifications to your Power Armor.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay14LevelUpEvery time you level up, your Health increases and you get to choose a new perk.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay15FusionCoreCheckpointsPre-war military checkpoints, scattered throughout the Commonwealth, are a great place to find Fusion Cores.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay16TalkPickpocketTo talk to a person, activate them while standing up. To attempt a pickpocket, activate them while in Sneak mode.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay17DoctorsDoctors, located in most settlements, provide a variety of services. They can heal all wounds (including crippled limbs), cure radiation damage and cure addiction to chems and alcohol. Most of them also sell medical supplies.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay18BarberWant to change your hairstyle? Visit a barber in one of the major settlements.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay19ReconstructiveSurgeryTired of the same old look? A reconstructive surgeon can give you a whole new face...
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay20ActiveQuestWhen you get a new quest, it will not become active unless you have no other active quests. Check the Quests section in your Pip-Boy to see which quests are active.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay21QuestTargetsIf you have too many quest targets, check the Quests section of your Pip-Boy to see if you have more than one active quest. In the Miscellaneous category, you can turn each objective on or off.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay22ShopsMost shops are open during daylight hours, and closed at night.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay23DownedCompanionIf a companion goes down in combat, use a Stimpak on them to bring them back into the fight.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay24RestingNeed to pass some some time in a hurry? Using any piece of unowned furniture will allow you to "Wait" for up to 24 hours.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay25DangerousSouthThe Commonwealth is a dangerous place, but tends to get considerably more dangerous the farther south you travel...
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay26CookedMeatThe meat obtained from many of the Wasteland's animals can be specially prepared at Cooking Stations, and turned into food items that can heal radiation damage and provide unique bonuses.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay27SkullEnemiesIf there's a skull displayed next to an enemy's name, it means they're several levels higher than you, and may be difficult to defeat in combat. In such cases, running away and returning when you're stronger might be the wisest course of action.
LSCR:DESCGeneralGameplay28WeaponRenameGrown attached to a weapon? Give it a custom name at any Weapons Workbench.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalAboutIs the struggle of this world merely a pleasant game for you? Do you long for a more brutal take on a life lived post apocalypse? If you answered "Yes and yes!", Survival difficulty is for you!
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalAdrenalineIn Survival, Adrenaline provides a bonus to your damage output. The higher your Adrenaline, the higher the damage bonus. Sleeping for any amount of time will lower your Adrenaline, taking your damage bonus down with it.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalAntibioticsIn Survival, Antibiotics, which can be crafted at Chem Stations, purchased from doctors or found in medical containers, instantly heal the various effects of Illness.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalBalanceIn Survival, both you and your foes are deadlier than ever. Don't expect to survive more than a few hits from most enemies.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalBedsIn Survival, the type of bed you're sleeping in determines the length of time you're able to stay asleep. A sleeping bag will save your game and may save your life, but it'll never give you a full night's rest and the benefits that come with it.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalCaffeinatedIn Survival, large doses of Caffeine, such as that found in Nuka-Cola Quantum, gives you a short reprieve from your tiredness, possibly buying you time to finish a fight or find a bed.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalCarryWeightIn Survival, both you and your companion's Carry Weight has been significantly reduced. Exceeding your carry weight reduces your Endurance and Agility stats, and periodically damages your legs and health. Think of your back!
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalCompanionsIn Survival, if your companion goes down during combat, you must heal them before they can get back up. If you leave the area without healing them, they will return home to recover.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalCompassIn Survival, enemies no longer appear on your compass. Keep your eyes peeled, and your weapon ready.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalCrippledIn Survival, Crippled limbs will no longer auto-heal after combat. You will remain crippled until you are healed from a Stimpak or until you sleep it off.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalExitMenuExiting back to the Main Menu will create an Exitsave. Next time you play and load the Exitsave, it will delete itself until the next time you exit back to the Main Menu.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalFastTravelIn Survival, Fast Travel is disabled. If you wish to be somewhere, you'll have to get there the old-fashioned way.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalFatigueIn Survival, Fatigue works like radiation, but affects your Action Points (AP) rather than your Hit Points (HP). Fatigue mostly comes from being tired, but both hunger and thirst also affect it. The more Fatigue you've built up, the less AP you'll have for actions like sprinting and VATS.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalFoodIn Survival, a food's bonus effects, such as increased carry weight from Radstag steak, will only apply if eaten when you are not currently hungry. Make sure to take care of the basics before eating for bonuses.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalIllnessIn Survival, eating uncooked meat, drinking unpurified water, taking damage from disease-ridden foes and using harmful Chems all put your body at increased risk for various ill effects. Be smart and keep Antibiotics handy.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalImmunodeficiencyIn Survival, items that cleanse your body of Rads come with the cost of making you tired and temporarily damaging your immunity, leaving you more vulnerable to Illness than usual.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalItemWeightIn Survival, Stimpaks and Ammo both have weight. Bullets and shells have a small amount of weight, which varies by caliber. Heavier items such as fusion cores, rockets, and mini-nukes can really drag you down.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalSavingIn Survival, manual, quicksaving & most autosaves are disabled. To save your game, you'll need to find a bed and sleep for at least an hour.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalSustenanceItemsIn Survival, an items value is often a good way to determine how much hunger or thirst it might counter. Keep in mind, certain items may not give you the results you expect. For example, Chems and Alcohol dehydrate, Caffeine makes you hungry, etc.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalWellnessIn Survival, you'll find it difficult to survive without taking proper care of yourself. Going for extended periods of time without food, water, or rest will begin to adversely affect your health. Stay hydrated, fed, and rested to remain combat-ready.
LSCR:DESCHC_SurvivalWellnessBIn Survival, going without food, water of rest will begin to adversely affect your health, hurting your SPECIAL stats, adding to your Fatigue, lowering your immunity, and eventually even dealing physical damage to you.
LSCR:DESCLocation01The old Cambridge Police Station has been occupied by the Brotherhood of Steel, and now serves as an important listening post and resupply depot.
LSCR:DESCLocation02Before the war, Fort Strong was a U.S. Army base and proving ground for experimental weapons, like the Fat Man nuclear catapult. It has since been overrun by Super Mutants.
LSCR:DESCLocation03In the years before the war, ArcJet Systems was a successful military and civilian aerospace contractor, specializing in communications and propulsion systems.
LSCR:DESCLocation04Before the Great War, Mass Fusion was Boston's premiere utility, providing power to all of Massachusetts.
LSCR:DESCLocation05While primarily a publishing house, Hubris Comics had begun to expand into radio, television and toys. The Silver Shroud and Grognak the Barbarian were two of its most popular properties.
LSCR:DESCLocation06The Concord Museum of Freedom was a popular tourist destination before the war, and featured historical exhibits ranging from the American Revolution, all the way up to the Battle of Anchorage.
LSCR:DESCLocation07Once the local office of Galaxy News Network, GNN Plaza is now the headquarters of the Gunners, the Commonwealth's most organized and dangerous mercenary group.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth01The Commonwealth is occasionally plagued by radiation storms that blow in from the Glowing Sea, far to the southwest.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth02Originally "The Commonwealth of Massachusetts," the state became known only as the "The Commonwealth" after the Great War of 2077.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth03Many people in the Commonwealth view the Institute as the "boogeyman," living in the shadows, striking out anywhere, at any time.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth04For the people of the Commonwealth, the idea of someone they know being replaced by an Institute synth is a very real threat.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth05According to local history, the Institute formed from the remains of C.I.T., the Commonwealth Institute of Technology. But the college itself has lain in ruins for more than two centuries.
LSCR:DESCLoreCommonwealth06Long ago, when the Institute created their first synths, they attempted to work peacefully with the people of the Commonwealth. Mutual mistrust ended that relationship quickly.
LSCR:DESCLoreFallout01In the year 2077, the world was destroyed by nuclear fire. Very few managed to escape to the safety of the Vaults.
LSCR:DESCLoreFallout02All across the United States, in the aftermath of the Great War, the bottle caps of Nuka-Cola are the most commonly used currency.
LSCR:DESCLoreFallout03Nuka-Cola, the most popular American soda before the war, manufactured so many bottles that the drink can still be found and enjoyed now, more than 200 years later.
LSCR:DESCLoreFallout04V.A.T.S., or the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System, is an advanced combat technology whose developmental origins have been lost to time...
LSCR:DESCLoreFallout05America in the year 2077 was a land of advanced technological achievements... and terrible civil strife. As in any age, most ordinary people wanted only one thing - a happy, peaceful life. What they got was complete nuclear annihilation.
LSCR:DESCMagazineAstoundinglyAwesomeTalesEvery issue of Astoundingly Awesome Tales you collect adds a version of the Astoundingly Awesome perk, which grants a unique bonus, like more damage inflicted at night or improved radiation resistance.
LSCR:DESCMagazineGrognakEvery issue of Grognak the Barbarian you collect adds a rank in the Barbarian perk, which grants a slight increase to melee and unarmed damage.
LSCR:DESCMagazineGunsAndBulletsEvery issue of Guns and Bullets you collect adds a rank in the Marksman perk, which grants a slight increase to Critical hit damage.
LSCR:DESCMagazineHotRodderEvery issue of Hot Rodder you collect adds a new, unique paint job for your Power Armor, available at any Power Armor Station.
LSCR:DESCMagazineLeCoiffeEvery issue of Le Coiffe you collect adds a new, unique hairstyle, available at any barber.
LSCR:DESCMagazineLiveAndLoveEvery issue of Live & Love you collect adds a unique bonus for companions, like increased damage or more health.
LSCR:DESCMagazineMassSurgicalJournalEvery issue of The Massachusetts Surgical journal you collect adds a slight increase to enemy limb damage.
LSCR:DESCMagazinePicketFencesEvery issue of Picket Fences you collect adds a new, unique element to construct at any Workshop.
LSCR:DESCMagazineRobcoFunEach issue of Robco Fun includes a holotape containing a unique game, which can be played on your Pip-Boy or any terminal.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTabooTattoosEvery issue of Taboo Tattoos you collect adds a new, unique facial tattoo, available at any facial reconstruction surgeon.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTalesOfJunktownEvery issue of Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor you collect adds a rank in the Junktown Vendor perk, which slightly improves prices with merchants.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTeslaScienceEvery issue of Tesla Science Magazine you collect adds a rank in the Tesla Science perk, which grants a slight increase to Critical hit damage with Energy weapons.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTheUnstoppablesEvery issue of The Unstoppables you collect adds a rank in the Unstoppable perk, which grants a slight increase to the chance that an enemy attack will do no damage.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTotalHackEvery issue of Total Hack you collect adds a new, unique functionality to certain terminals, like the ability to control spotlights or turrets.
LSCR:DESCMagazineTumblersTodayEvery issue of Tumblers Today you collect slightly increases the "sweet spot" when lockpicking.
LSCR:DESCMagazineUSCovertOpsEach installment of the US Covert Ops Training Manual you collect adds a rank in the Infiltration perk, which grants a slight increase to your sneak chance.
LSCR:DESCMagazineWastelandSurvivalGuideEvery installment of the Wasteland Survival Guide you collect adds a version of the Wasteland Survival perk, which grants a unique bonus, like faster swim speed or double meat on slain animals.
LSCR:DESCMainQuest01Before the war, Vault-Tec began construction of Vault 114 inside Boston's Park Street subway station. The project was never completed, but that matters little to the gangsters who have taken up residence there.
LSCR:DESCMainQuest02In the years before the war, Fort Hagen was an important military command facility. Today, it is used as a base of operations for Kellogg, the cybernetically-enhanced mercenary employed by the Institute.
LSCR:DESCMainQuest03The Glowing Sea is the most highly irradiated region in the entire Commonwealth. According to local legend, it was ground zero for the high-yield nuclear blast that devastated most of Massachusetts.
LSCR:DESCMainQuest04Free your mind.
LSCR:DESCMainQuest05The Courser Chip is the key to infiltrating the Institute. But first, it must be decoded...
LSCR:DESCMainQuest06Inside every synth Courser is a specialized chip that is instrumental in "relaying" into the Institute. Obtaining that chip is the first step in infiltrating the shadowy organization.
LSCR:DESCPerkActionBoyThe Action Boy and Action Girl perks speed the regeneration of your Action Points.
LSCR:DESCPerkAdamantiumSkeletonWith the Adamantium Skeleton perk, your bones are infused with unbreakable metal, which reduces - and may even completely prevent - limb damage.
LSCR:DESCPerkAnimalFriendWith the Animal Friend perk, you can aim at animals with your gun and attempt to pacify them. Higher ranks grant the ability to incite them to attack, or allow you to issue specific commands.
LSCR:DESCPerkAquaboyThe Aquaboy and Aquagirl perks allow you to breathe underwater, remove radiation damage while swimming, and may even make you undetectable while submerged.
LSCR:DESCPerkArmorerThe Armorer perk grants access to more effective armor mods.
LSCR:DESCPerkAttackDogThe Attack Dog perk allows your canine companion to grab an enemy's limb in combat, increasing your chance to hit in V.A.T.S. and possibly causing additional damage as well.
LSCR:DESCPerkAwarenessThe Awareness perk allows you to view a target's damage resistances when you're in V.A.T.S.
LSCR:DESCPerkBasherThe Basher perk improves the effectiveness of gun bashing by adding extra damage, and possibly crippling a limb or causing a Critical Hit.
LSCR:DESCPerkBetterCriticalsThe Better Criticals perk increases the damage done with every Critical Hit.
LSCR:DESCPerkBigLeaguesWith the Big Leagues perk, you can gain a suite of melee bonuses, like increased damage, a chance to disarm or cripple, and the ability to hit every enemy in front of you.
LSCR:DESCPerkBlacksmithThe Blacksmith perk grants access to more effective melee weapon mods.
LSCR:DESCPerkBlackWidowThe Black Widow and Lady Killer perks grant bonus damage against members of the opposite sex, and make it easier to persuade them in dialogue.
LSCR:DESCPerkBlitzThe Blitz perk increases the maximum distance of melee attacks in V.A.T.S., and can even cause more damage based on distance.
LSCR:DESCPerkBloodyMessWith the Bloody Mess perk, you'll do more damage in combat, and enemies will often explode into a gory paste when they die.
LSCR:DESCPerkCannibalLoadThe Cannibal perk grants the ability to feast on humanoid corpses to restore lost health.
LSCR:DESCPerkCapsCollectorThe Caps Collector perk gives better prices when bartering, and even leads to merchants having more caps for transactions.
LSCR:DESCPerkChemistTake the Chemist perk, and the effects of any ingested chems will last longer.
LSCR:DESCPerkChemResistantThe Chem Resistant perk reduces the likelihood that you'll get addicted to chems. At the highest rank, it grants total immunity to addiction.
LSCR:DESCPerkCommandoThe Commando perk offers significant bonuses with automatic weapons. Depending on the rank, you may inflict more damage, gain improved hip fire accuracy, or stagger an enemy.
LSCR:DESCPerkConcentratedFireWith the Concentrated Fire perk, every additional attack on the same body part in V.A.T.S. improves your chances of landing a hit.
LSCR:DESCPerkCriticalBankerThe Critical Banker perk allows you to save up an increasing number of Critical Hits, to be used when they're needed most.
LSCR:DESCPerkDemolitionExpertThe Demolition perk increases the damage of explosives, and allows you to craft explosives at any Chemistry Station. Higher ranks add a preview arc to thrown grenades, and widen the affected area of explosions.
LSCR:DESCPerkFortuneFinderWith the Fortune Finder perk, you'll find more and more caps in containers.
LSCR:DESCPerkFourLeafCloverFeeling lucky? You should! With the Four Leaf Clover perk, each hit in V.A.T.S. has a chance to fill your critical meter.
LSCR:DESCPerkGhoulishWith the Ghoulish perk, radiation heals you, and it's possible that hostile Feral Ghouls actually become allies.
LSCR:DESCPerkGrimReapersSprintWith the Grim Reaper's Sprint perk, kills in V.A.T.S. have a chance to restore all depleted Action Points, and may even fill the Critical Hit meter.
LSCR:DESCPerkGunFuWith the Gun Fu perk, the more enemies you target and hit in V.A.T.S., the more damage they increasingly take. You might even score a free Critical Hit.
LSCR:DESCPerkGunNutThe Gun Nut perk grants access to more effective gun mods.
LSCR:DESCPerkGunslingerWith the Gunslinger perk, pistols have increased damage and range, and may even disarm opponents.
LSCR:DESCPerkHackerThe Hacker perk allows you to hack increasingly difficult computer terminals, and may even prevent a lockout.
LSCR:DESCPerkHeavyGunnerThe Heavy Gunner perk offers significant bonuses with heavy weapons. Depending on the rank, you may inflict more damage, gain improved hip fire accuracy, or even stagger an enemy.
LSCR:DESCPerkIdiotSavantWith the Idiot Savant perk, you'll randomly receive XP from completing any action. The lower your Intelligence, the higher the chance.
LSCR:DESCPerkInspirationWith the Inspiration perk, your companions can gain a variety of bonuses, like greater combat damage, immunity to friendly fire, and increased carrying capacity.
LSCR:DESCPerkIntimidationWith the Intimidation perk, you can aim at people with your gun and attempt to pacify them. Higher ranks grant the ability to incite them to attack, or allow you to issue specific commands.
LSCR:DESCPerkIronFistWith the Iron Fist perk, unarmed attacks do increasingly more damage and could lead to a disarm, and Power Attacks may cripple your opponent.
LSCR:DESCPerkLeadBellyThe Lead Belly perk reduces, or even eliminates, radiation damage from eating or drinking.
LSCR:DESCPerkLifeGiverThe Life Giver perk raises your maximum Health, and can even lead to regeneration.
LSCR:DESCPerkLocalLeaderThe Local Leader perk allows you to do more at workshop settlements, like assign supply lines, and build stores and workbenches.
LSCR:DESCPerkLocksmithThe Locksmith perk allows you to open increasingly difficult locks, and may even prevent your picks from breaking.
LSCR:DESCPerkLoneWandererPrefer to go it alone? With the Lone Wanderer perk, you'll take less damage and be able to carry more equipment when you adventure without a companion or dog.
LSCR:DESCPerkMedicThe Medic perk increases both the speed and effectiveness of Stimpaks and RadAway.
LSCR:DESCPerkMisterSandmanThe Mister Sandman perk allows you to instantly kill a sleeping person, and may improve the damage inflicted with silenced weapons.
LSCR:DESCPerkMovingTargetWith the Moving Target perk, you gain increased Damage Resistance and Energy Resistance while sprinting.
LSCR:DESCPerkMysteriousStrangerWith the Mysterious Stranger perk, an unknown ally will appear occasionally in V.A.T.S. and instantly kill an enemy. Doing so may even fill your Critical meter.
LSCR:DESCPerkNerdRageThe Nerd Rage perk triggers a unique ability when your Health gets too low - time slows, you deal more damage while suffering less, and killing an enemy may actually heal you.
LSCR:DESCPerkNightPersonThe Night Person perk increases both your Perception and Intelligence during nighttime hours, and may even grant night vision while sneaking.
LSCR:DESCPerkNinjaThe Ninja perk improves the damage of both ranged and melee sneak attacks.
LSCR:DESCPerkNuclearPhysicistWith the Nuclear Physicist perk, radiation weapons inflict more damage and Fusion Cores last longer. You may even gain the ability to eject a Fusion Core from your Power Armor, causing a deadly explosion.
LSCR:DESCPerkPainTrainThe Pain Train perk allows you to sprint into enemies and inflict damage. Wearing Power Armor increases its effectiveness, and may even grant access to Power Slam - an area-of-effect jump attack.
LSCR:DESCPerkPartyBoyThe Party Boy and Party Girl perks remove the threat of alcohol addiction. They may also double the effects of alcohol, and increase your Luck.
LSCR:DESCPerkPenetratorWhen in V.A.T.S. the Penetrator perk allows you to target an enemy's body parts that are blocked by cover.
LSCR:DESCPerkPickpocketWith the Pickpocket perk, picking pockets is easier, but you may even be able to place live explosives in a person's inventory (killing them instantly), or steal their weapons and equipped items.
LSCR:DESCPerkQuickHandsThe Quick Hands perk makes reloading faster, and may even remove its Action Point cost in V.A.T.S.
LSCR:DESCPerkRadResitantThe Rad Resistant perk improves your resistance to radiation damage.
LSCR:DESCPerkRefractorThe Refractor perk improves your resistance to energy damage.
LSCR:DESCPerkRicochetWith the Ricochet perk, an enemy's ranged attack will sometimes ricochet back and instantly kill them. Such a death may even fill your Critical meter.
LSCR:DESCPerkRiflemanWith the Rifleman perk, rifles have improved damage and armor penetration, and may even cripple opponents.
LSCR:DESCPerkRoboticsExpertWith the Robotics Expert perk, you can hack robots and attempt to turn them off or on, or initiate a self-destruct. Higher ranks grant the ability to incite them to attack, or allow you to issue specific commands.
LSCR:DESCPerkRootedWith the Rooted perk, you can inflict and take more damage while standing still, and may even reflect some of that damage back to attackers.
LSCR:DESCPerkScienceThe Science! perk grants access to more effective tech mods.
LSCR:DESCPerkScrapperThe Scrapper perk gives you more components back when scrapping weapons and armor, from screws and copper to circuitry and nuclear material.
LSCR:DESCPerkScroungerWith the Scrounger perk, you will find increasingly more ammunition in containers.
LSCR:DESCPerkSneakThe Sneak perk makes you harder to detect when sneaking. At higher ranks, you no longer set off mines or other floor-based traps, running no longer affects detection, and simply entering stealth mode may make enemies lose track of you.
LSCR:DESCPerkSniperWith the Sniper perk, you can hold your breath longer while aiming. Higher ranks add a chance of knockdown with single-shot scoped weapons, and a bonus to headshots in V.A.T.S.
LSCR:DESCPerkSolarPoweredThe Solar Powered perk increases both your Strength and Endurance during daytime hours, and may even heal radiation and Hit Points while in sunlight.
LSCR:DESCPerkSteadyAimThe Steady Aim perk improves your hip-fire accuracy with any gun.
LSCR:DESCPerkStrongBackWith the Strong Back perk, you can carry additional weight, and may even gain the abilities to run and fast travel while encumbered. (In Survival, instead of allowing fast travel, you will no longer take damage from exceeding your carry weight.)
LSCR:DESCPerkToughnessThe Toughness perk increases your Damage Resistance.
LSCR:DESCPerkVANSThe V.A.N.S. perk enables the Vault-Tec Assisted Navigation System, which draws a path to your closest quest target.
LSCR:DESCPerkWastelandWhispererWith the Wasteland Whisperer perk, you can aim at various Wasteland creatures with your gun and attempt to pacify them. Higher ranks grant the ability to incite them to attack, or allow you to issue specific commands.
LSCR:DESCPipBoy01The RobCo Pip-Boy is the ultimate in personal computing devices.
LSCR:DESCPipBoy02Press and hold the Pip-Boy button to turn on its light and illuminate dark areas.
LSCR:DESCSanctuaryHills01Sanctuary Hills represents the latest in planned communities, and is home to a diverse range of families.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALAgilityAgility is a measure of your overall finesse and reflexes. It determines your Action Points in V.A.T.S. and your ability to sneak.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALCharismaCharisma is your ability to charm and convince others. It affects your success to persuade in dialogue and prices when you barter.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALEnduranceEndurance is a measure of your overall physical fitness. It affects your total Health and the Action Point drain from sprinting.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALIntelligenceIntelligence is a measure of your overall mental acuity, and affects the number of Experience Points earned.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALLuckLuck is a measure of your general good fortune, and affects the recharge rate of Critical Hits.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALPerceptionPerception is your sense of environmental awareness and affects the hit chance in V.A.T.S.
LSCR:DESCSPECIALStrengthStrength is a measure of your raw physical power. It affects how much you can carry, and determines the effectiveness of all melee attacks.
LSCR:DESCStealth01Running is noisier than walking and makes you easier to detect. To effectively sneak, stay low and slow.
LSCR:DESCStealth02Your chances of successfully using stealth - and staying hidden - are affected by a variety of factors, like light level, noise generated, clothing weight, and enemies' line of sight.
LSCR:DESCStealth03While it's great for illuminating dark areas, the light generated from your Pip-Boy light actually makes you less stealthy. If you want to effectively sneak, turn it off.
LSCR:DESCStealth04The Stealth Boy is a personal device that generates a modulating refraction field. Using it effectively renders the wearer invisible for a short period of time.
LSCR:DESCVault111CharGenVault 111, constructed by Vault-Tec, was built to serve the residents of Sanctuary Hills and Concord in the event of an atomic war.
LSCR:DESCVault111PostWarThose who reserved spots in Vault 111 had no idea they would be cryogenically frozen. In fact, almost every Vault was actually a secret social experiment conducted by Vault-Tec.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod01Guns with long barrels have increased accuracy while aimed, but decreased accuracy when shot "from the hip."
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod02Weapon mods that increase weight also increase the time it takes to aim.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod03Want to significantly increase your weapon's melee damage? Add a bayonet.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod04GunSlotsAt a Weapons Workbench, you can change the mods in the Receiver, Barrel, Grip, Magazine, Sight and Muzzle slots of most guns.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod05SuppressorA suppressor will reduce both the sound and recoil of a gun.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod06CompMuzzleMuzzle brakes and compensators help reduce the recoil on automatic weapons.
LSCR:DESCWeaponMod07AdhesiveAdhesive is rare, and used to create nearly every mod.
LSCR:DESCWeapons01GammaGunThe Gamma Gun emits radiation that is deadly to humans, but ineffective against almost all Ghouls, robots and Wasteland creatures.
LSCR:DESCWeapons02AlienBlasterIf the conspiracy theorists are to be believed, Earth has been visited by an alien species on several occasions. These "Zetans" are said to be armed with powerful energy beam weapons that can completely disintegrate enemies.
LSCR:DESCWeapons03RipperThe Ripper is a small, handheld, militarized chainsaw that saw extensive use in the armed conflicts before the Great War.
LSCR:DESCWeapons04DeathclawGauntletSpecially constructed from the severed appendage of a dead Deathclaw, the Deathclaw Gauntlet allows its user to viciously slash at enemies for incredibly high damage.
LSCR:DESCWeapons05SuperSledgeThe Super Sledge is a rocket-enhanced sledgehammer, capable of dealing a tremendous amount of damage.
LSCR:DESCWeapons06FlamerThe Flamer is a specially engineered flamethrower suited for extended combat engagements. It delivers sustained energy damage and can completely immolate a target.
LSCR:DESCWeapons07LaserMusketThe Laser Musket combines high-tech energy damage with Revolutionary style. Each crank of its handle loads additional Fusion Cell ammo, and the weapon can be cranked multiple times to increase the damage of a single shot.
LSCR:DESCWeapons08GaussRifleThe Gauss Rifle uses magnetic induction to propel a projectile at incredible, and devastating speed. Each shot can be "charged" for maximum damage by keeping the trigger held in for a moment before releasing.
LSCR:DESCWeapons09MinigunWhile capable of dealing a massive amount of ballistic damage in a short period of time, the Minigun needs a moment to "spin up" before it can be fired.
LSCR:DESCWeapons10LaserGatlingWhile capable of dealing a devastating amount of energy damage in a short period of time, the Laser Gatling needs a moment to "spin up" before it can be fired.
LSCR:DESCWeapons11ShotgunBecause of the "spread" inherent in this class of weapon, shotguns do more damage the closer they are to the target.
LSCR:DESCWeapons12PipeWeaponsPipe weapons are crude, low-tech, widely available... and highly modifiable. They are favored by the Commonwealth's Raider groups.
LSCR:DESCWeapons13SubmachineGunA favorite of the gangster-like Triggermen, the Submachine Gun is a rapid-fire automatic weapon with a high ammo capacity.
LSCR:DESCWeapons14GrenadesThere are a variety of grenades available in the Commonwealth, from the high-tech Plasma Grenade to the custom-made Baseball Grenade.
LSCR:DESCWeapons15BroadsiderThe Broadsider is the answer to that age-old question: "Would it be fun to walk around and shoot people with a portable naval cannon?" Yes. Yes it would.
LSCR:DESCWeapons1610mmSmall, dependable, reasonably powerful and widely available, the 10mm Pistol has been a staple of Wasteland combat since the bombs first fell.
LSCR:DESCWeapons17LaserWeaponsLaser rifles and pistols deal powerful energy damage, and can completely disintegrate defeated foes.
LSCR:DESCWeapons18PlasmaWeaponsPlasma rifles and pistols deal even more energy damage than laser weapons, and can "gooify" defeated foes.
LSCR:DESCWeapons19SyringerThe Syringer is a rare, custom-made weapon that can shoot modified medical syringes at an enemy, who then suffers the effects of whatever chemical is in the syringe.
LSCR:DESCWeapons20JunkJetSick of carrying around all that useless stuff? Load it into the Junk Jet, and shoot it at unsuspecting enemies. You haven't lived until you've killed someone with a teddy bear.
LSCR:DESCWeapons21RailwayRifleThe Railway Rifle is a rare, custom-made weapon that shoots railway spikes at such a high velocity, they can sever body parts and pin them to walls.
LSCR:DESCWeapons22FatManThe Fat Man is perhaps the most devastating infantry weapon ever unleashed upon the modern battlefield - a hand-held catapult that launches portable nuclear bombs.
LSCR:DESCWeapons23CryolatorThe Cryolator is a powerful prototype rifle that can completely freeze enemies.
LSCR:DESCWeapons24HeavyGunsHeavy guns are generally large, bulky, and exceedingly powerful. They include, but are not limited to, the Broadsider, Fatman, Flamer, Gatling Laser, Minigun and Missile Launcher.
LSCR:DESCWeapons25AutomaticAutomatic weapons fire continuously as their trigger is pulled. They include, but are not limited to, the Submachine Gun, and versions of the Assault Rifle and Combat Rifle.
LSCR:DESCWeapons26RiflesRifles are generally long, of average size, and require two hands to fire. They include, but are not limited to, the Assault Rifle, Combat Rifle, Combat Shotgun, Double-Barrel Shotgun, Hunting Rifle, Laser Musket and Submachine Gun.
LSCR:DESCWeapons27PistolsPistols are generally small, and require one hand to fire. They include, but are not limited to, the 10mm, .44, Alien Blaster and Gamma Gun.
LSCR:DESCWeapons28SemiAutoSemi-automatic and bolt action weapons fire one shot with each pull of their trigger. They include, but are not limited to, the Alien Blaster, Double-Barrel Shotgun, Gauss Rifle, Hunting Rifle, Laser Musket and Pipe Revolver.
LSCR:DESCWorkshop01The higher the Happiness of your workshop settlements, the more productive their settlers.
LSCR:DESCWorkshop02Unassigned people at settlements will automatically scavenge for the resources you'll need to build things.
LSCR:DESCWorkshop03With the Local Leader perk, you can link two workshops with a supply line. They will then share food, water and any resources needed for building.
LSCR:DESCWorkshop04Every Workbench, Crafting Station and Modding Station in a single settlement shares resources. Using one will grant you access to anything placed in the others.



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