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| ||For the Fallout 3 custom built weapon, see Rock-It Launcher.|
| ||This is an overview article which contains background information and cross-game comparisons. For game-specific information and stats, see the articles linked on the right.|
The missile launcher is a heavy weapon that fires a much larger projectile than a rocket launcher.
- For the unique missile launcher found in Fallout: New Vegas, see: Annabelle
- For other versions in Fallout Shelter, see: rusty missile launcher, enhanced missile launcher, hardened missile launcher and guided missile launcher
The Miss Launcher is a unique version of the above missile launcher model. It is more comparable to a grenade launcher than a rocket launcher, as it has an arcing flight similar to the Fat Man. Standard missiles fired from this weapon do not fly; instead, the missile-tube itself has been converted to propel them pneumatically. In doing so both the missile's explosive warhead and unused solid rocket fuel are free to detonate together, increasing the missile's explosive damage potential by 30%.
Annabelle is a unique version of the above missile launcher model. It appears to have a long history of service. It comes in with a built-in guidance system, and has drawings which show a maple leaf with four markings and the stars from the Chinese flag, indicating that the weapon was used during the annexation of Canada and in at least one military campaign in China.
Annabelle has a built-in guidance system to improve accuracy, and uses less AP in V.A.T.S. than the standard weapon. It is also lighter and has a lower Strength requirement. With no disadvantages, this is a great alternative to use over the standard missile launcher.
M-235 missile launcherEdit
The M-235 missile launcher is built into the shoulders of the PDQ-88b Securitron. However, Securitrons running the Mark I operation system lack the drivers for them, so only those upgraded to Mark II or higher can use them.