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Power Noodles is a location in Diamond City, Boston in Fallout 4.

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It is a tall building that stands in the middle of Diamond City and is easily visible when entering the city. Operated by the protectron Takahashi, Power Noodles is a major food shop in the center of the city's market, where the robot sells overpriced noodles at the default price of 55 caps. The shop also acts as a power reactor, supplying the various buildings of Diamond City with electricity.[1]

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NotesEdit

  • Upon meeting Takahashi for the first time and hearing his signature question ("Nan-ni shimasko-ka?"), a resident will tell you, "Just say yes, it's all he understands."
  • Robert Joseph MacCready enjoys Takahashi's noodles immensely, if he is the Sole Survivor's current companion he accepts a bowl from the robotic chef and when finished enthusiastically asks for more.
  • If visiting Diamond City on Halloween, Power Noodles is decorated with red skull cutouts on the counter and "Happy Halloween" banners stretched across the canopy.
  • If visiting Diamond City on Christmas, Power Noodles is decorated with Christmas Trees and lights running to surrounding buildings.
  • Companions will try to talk to Takahashi when they are taken to Diamond City for the first time.

AppearancesEdit

Power Noodles appears only in Fallout 4.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. The Art of Fallout 4, Page 97


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