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A fission battery is a miscellaneous item in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.

BackgroundEdit

Produced among others by Wattz Electronics[citation needed], the fission battery has taken on the role of an on-hand generator. Throughout the Mojave Wasteland, fission batteries can be found in New Vegas streets, remote shacks in the wastes and reoccupied suburban homes. They are used for powering a wide range of devices, like street lamps, electronic signs, light-bulbs and other household appliances and are easily scavenged from the common robot or appliance store, making it invaluable to the common wastelander in the absence of a reliable power grid.

LocationsEdit

Fallout 3Edit

Fallout: New VegasEdit

UsesEdit

Fallout 3Edit

Fallout: New VegasEdit

NotesEdit

  • Numerous oversized fission batteries can be found hooked up to streetlights in Fallout: New Vegas. These are apparently used to power their respective streetlights, and cannot be picked up or used for anything else, only as a component of appearance.
  • Another oversized battery can be seen in front of Doc Mitchell's house.
  • Many oversized batteries can be found attached to portable lamps in various locations, such as Vault 22. These may not be taken and only serve as a cosmetic effect.