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Lead Belly
Lead Belly
Fallout 3
requirementsLevel 6
Endurance 5
ranks1
effects50% less radiation when drinking irradiated water
base id00044ca9
Fallout: New Vegas
requirementsLevel 6
Endurance 5 or Survival 40
ranks1
effects50% less radiation when consuming irradiated food and drink.
base id00044ca9
 
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Lead Belly is a Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas perk.

Effects

With the Lead Belly perk, you take 50% less radiation every time you drink from an irradiated water source. In Fallout: New Vegas, this benefit extends to all irradiated food and drink.

Notes

  • The usefulness of this perk is debatable, since RadAway and Rad-X become fairly common items later on in both games. In addition, several types of apparel, including some types of power armor, have radiation resistance.
  • The Rad Resistance perk is a better choice, for it works on water sources and other sources (like foods). For example: taking Lead Belly brings the 5 rads/sec of a fire hydrant to 2 rads/sec but doesn't affect things such as Nuka-Cola. The Rad Resistance perk added to the character's base 10% (assuming 5 Endurance) gives 35% resistance. With 35% resistance, the same fire hydrant is lowered to 3 rads/sec plus Nuka-Cola's 2 rads/sec is lowered to 1 rad/sec and in addition, all environmental radiation sources have reduced effect.
  • In Fallout: New Vegas, there is an abundance of clean water, reducing the usefulness of the perk, although the benefit is extended to all irradiated food and water.
  • With the addition of Implant Y-3 in Old World Blues, this perk falls even further into obsolescence.


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