protonic inversal axe is a weapon in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on .
Old World Blues
The protonic inversal axe is a variant of the
proton axe, having a dark blue-violet blade, whitish capacitors, and a black handle. Compared to the standard proton axe, it deals increased damage and much more critical damage, in addition to being much more durable. It is a very effective melee weapon against just about any enemy, especially robots or power armor users.
Special attack Edit
It has a
special attack that does 200% damage in Inversal Scarifier V.A.T.S. at the cost of 10 more action points (requires a Melee skill of 50). Note that this attack may strike more than one opponent, but is not guaranteed to do so even if the animation indicates that it passed through other opponents.
Legend Type of attack - Type of attack Skill required - Skill required Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. - Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. Action point cost - Action point cost Damage per action point - Damage per action point Additional effects - Additional effects
Type of attack Skill required Damage per attack in V.A.T.S. Action point cost Damage per action point Normal 0 116 25 4.64 Inversal Scarifier 50 232 35 6.63
Note: Melee weapons do double normal damage in V.A.T.S.
It is possible to
execute Inversal Scarifier outside of V.A.T.S. (without the required Melee skill of 50 to perform the move) by initiating a power attack (hold attack button) while moving forward.
The protonic inversal axe can successfully strike about 1245 times from full
condition before breaking.
Legend Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted) - Weapon name (melee or unarmed) Attacks in V.A.T.S. - Attacks in V.A.T.S. Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted) - Weapon name (gun, energy or explosive) Action point cost - Action point cost Damage per attack (damage per projectile) - Damage per attack (damage per projectile) Damage per action point - Damage per action point Damage per second - Damage per second Weapon spread - Weapon spread Area of effect damage - Area of effect damage Magazine capacity (shots per reload) - Magazine capacity (shots per reload) Effect damage & duration - Effect damage & duration Durability (number of attacks before breaking) - Durability (number of attacks before breaking) Bonus effects - Bonus effects Weight - Weight Attacks per second - Attacks per second Value in caps - Value in caps Critical chance % multiplier - Critical chance % multiplier Value to weight ratio - Value to weight ratio Critical damage - Critical damage Skill required - Skill required Critical effect damage & duration - Critical effect damage & duration Strength required - Strength required With all mods attached - With all mods attached
Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted) Damage per attack (damage per projectile) Damage per second Bonus effects Attacks per second Critical Chance % multiplier Critical damage Action Point cost Damage per action point Durability (number of attacks before breaking) Weight Value in caps Value to weight ratio Skill required Strength required Proton axe fnvowb 50 90.8 +50 emp robots +20 emppower armor 1.82 x1 25 22 4.5 995 8 3500 437.5 50 5 Protonic inversal axe fnvowb 58 105.3 +50 emp robots +20 emppower armor 1.82 x1 45 25 4.6 1245 8 4000 500 55 5 Proton throwing axe fnvowb 40 32.2 x1.5 limb damage +50 emp robots +20 emppower armor 0.8 x1 29 20 4 4995 1 100 100 25 1 Protonic inversal throwing axe fnvowb 60 52.7 x1.5 limb damage +50 emp robots +20 emppower armor 0.88 x1 29 22 5.5 4995 1 200 200 25 1
: Note Melee damage is doubled in V.A.T.S.
When any type of drug wears off, the blade of the axe is momentarily shifted to a yellow tone, before changing back to violet as the blur fades.
In Camp Searchlight when the sky and the area around is green the blade will turn white.
All cyberdogs are affected by the additional EMP damage done by this weapon.
Behind the scenes Edit
The technology used by this weapon appears to be similar to the electric weapons created in the Secret Vault by Vault-Tec.
The protonic inversal axe is based on the proton ax of , the 1980s game which is considered to be Wasteland Fallout's predecessor.