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RadAway (Fallout)

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For the RadAway that appears in the Fallout series, see RadAway.
RadAway
Chem RadAway
Icon Fo1 stimpak
effectsImmediate:
-25 Radiated
After 2 Hours:
-50 Radiation Count
After 4 Hours:
-75 Radiation Count
addiction10% Chance of Addiction
Effects for 1 week, starting after 10 Days
-20 to Radiation Resistance
weight0
value
500 fo1Gametitle-FO1
500 fo2Gametitle-FO2
500 fotGametitle-FOT
500 vbGametitle-VB
questsHelp Charlie
prototype id00000048 fo1Gametitle-FO1
 
Gametitle-FO1Gametitle-FO2Gametitle-FOT
Gametitle-FO1Gametitle-FO2Gametitle-FOT

A chemical solution that bonds with radiation particles and passes them through your system. Takes time to work.

Fallout in-game description

RadAway is a consumable in Fallout and Fallout 2.

BackgroundEdit

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RadAway is an intravenous chemical solution that bonds with radiation particles and passes them through the body's system. It takes some time to work, and is also a potent diuretic.

It cannot be used to keep away from, or resist radiation when entering radioactive areas like it's relative namesake Rad-X, but is instead used for after receiving radiation to purge some of it from the body.

On top of being addictive [1], it has several adverse effects, most notably headaches, stomach pains, and hair loss.

In Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics, interestingly RadAway can be addictive. It takes full effect only after 4 hours.

RadAway is also one of these games' higher-value items, and since you'll find far more than you'll ever realistically use, it is very good for making money.

LocationsEdit

FalloutEdit

Fallout 2Edit

Related questsEdit

  • RadAway is needed for the Help Charlie unmarked quest in Fallout 2.

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