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Then along comes the most peculiar-looking fellow, all decked out in a yellow radiation suit, of which he was proud all out of proportion. The man outright asked if I had anything radioactive for sale - imagine that! But he paid handsome for that jar of goop.”— Old Lady Gibson
Mr. RADical found an advanced radiation suit (though he spawns wearing a normal one), and tested it by going to an irradiated area. When he found out how well it worked, he started testing it in more dangerous places. He even purchased a batch of isotope-239 igniting agent from Old Lady Gibson to dump on himself. Though his journal indicates he may have been suffering from the onset of radiation poisoning, he dismissed it as food poisoning and continued his experiments...
Mr. RADical met his end at Clark Field, where he never had the chance to dump the isotope on himself.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
- Come Fly With Me - Mr. RADical is in possession of the isotope-239 igniting agent needed for the REPCONN rocket.
|Apparel||Weapon||Other items||On death|
|Radiation suit||Police baton||Isotope-239 igniting agent
Mr. RADical's journal
Mr. RADical is shown as just the corpse of a scavenger in one of the entrances to Clark Field.
Mr RADical appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
Behind the scenesEdit
In his journal, Mr. RADical states that he went to Yucca Mountain to test the suit. Yucca Mountain was set to be the storage site of the United States' nuclear waste, but the plan was dropped in 2010.
pc ps3 xbox360 He may spawn halfway underground. Grabbing him can make him fall through altogether. If this happens, the only way to complete the quest Come Fly With Me is to get 5 rocket souvenirs or taking the isotope jar from the pack brahmin found dead near the southern entrance of Clark Field. [verified]