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Red Racer factory
Red Racer factory
Icon factory
Red Racer Factory exterior
Site
RR Factory loc
map markerRed Racer Factory
People
factionsRed Racer (pre-War)
Sudden-Death Overtime gang
Raiders
leadersThe Surgeon
Other actors
creaturesSuper mutants
Feral ghouls
Other
questsJust for the Taste of It
Technical
cell nameRedRacerTricycleFactory (exterior)
RedRacer01 (factory floor)
RedRacer03 (CEO offices)
FFRaiderCamp22 (raider camp)
ref id00000d82 (exterior)
00017f40 (factory floor)
00017f3e (CEO offices)
00000d9f (raider camp)
terminal entriesRed Racer factory terminal entries
Maps
Red Racer factory loc map
Local map with notable loot
 
Gametitle-FO3
Gametitle-FO3

Get the formula and meet us at the Red Rocket [sic] Tricycle Factory as we planned. Our buyer is promising lots of caps, so I want to see some hustle! This could take our gang to the big time. Sudden-Death Overtime forever.

Goalie Ledoux's orders to Winger Mercier

The Red Racer factory is a pre-War Red Racer tricycle factory on the outskirts of southwestern Washington, D.C., northeast of the Nuka-Cola plant and south-southwest of Grayditch in the Capital Wasteland. The medium-sized building is inhabited by feral ghouls, a human and super mutants, and has two interior sections.

LayoutEdit

ExteriorEdit

The factory's door faces east, toward a partially enclosed parking lot. There's a loading dock on the south side of the building where an overturned container of irradiated barrels has spilled into another parking lot below. A few raiders occupy the area; expect to see one to the east on the upper parking lot and a couple in the lower southern parking lot any time you travel here.

If you've already visited the Nuka-Cola plant, you can interact with a trio of raiders called the Sudden-Death Overtime Gang. This is part of the unmarked quest Just for the Taste of It.

An alley between the buildings across the parking lot to the east is the site of what appears to be a raiders-only shop with some decent loot. There are also some skill books at the scavenger's bridge to the north, but they must be stolen.

With Operation: Anchorage installed, the entrance to Bailey's Crossroads Metro is a short walk to the southeast.

Factory floorEdit

This area is a fairly complex maze of assembly lines and catwalks, with a few scattered offices and a large number of toolboxes, workbenches and components for crafted items. The quickest route through is to follow the hall west from the entrance, keep moving west and north until you can go up a stairway, then head through the covered passage southwest directly to the CEO Offices' door. Careful exploration will uncover two safes and two well-hidden skill books. One safe is located in an office full of cubicles directly west from the entrance. The other can be found in the eastern most room, on the north side of the complex, on the highest level of catwalks, also in an office full of cubicles. Both safes have "easy" locks.

Feral ghouls are found throughout, and high level characters with Broken Steel will encounter a number of powerful reavers. Each time you kill one of these ghouls you'll hear an electronic "chirp" similar to a mine prior to exploding. The head of the dead ghoul will then burst, if it has not already been destroyed.

CEO officesEdit

The offices section is smaller and more straightforward, and is protected by several super mutants (up to masters depending on level) with the same head-bursting effect as the ghouls. Characters with the ability to hack (average) computer terminals will be able to find information on this phenomenon, and the terminal closest to the entrance has the option to "Disable Chips," killing any remaining super mutants and ghouls except the caged ghoul Stefan.

The Surgeon, a mad scientist armed with a missile launcher, is responsible for the brain implants in the creatures you've been fighting. This non-player character is hostile, but may be fooled by wearing the ghoul mask. The Surgeon has the key to two safes and a cell nearby. The cell holds Stefan, a prized glowing one subject.

Notable lootEdit

ExteriorEdit

Factory floorEdit

  • Dean's Electronics - on top of the machinery in the first assembly room north of the main entrance. Jump up onto the barrels to the west of the machine to get on top and find the book. There is a frag mine hiding under some junk.
  • An unusually large teddy bear is riding an enormous tricycle suspended from the ceiling near the copy of Dean's Electronics on the factory floor. This teddy bear is approximately 2.56 times larger than normal ones. When you stack the large teddy bear with others, or drop it more than once, it will turn into a normal-sized version.
  • D.C. Journal of Internal Medicine - under an upturned bucket between two generators high on the east wall of a northeastern assembly room near the only room with a toilet and sink upstairs. The location is roughly south of the room jutting out the corner northeast on the map, the height of that room south again.
  • A bottlecap mine is located on a workbench in a hallway adjacent to the NE corner of the assembly room located in the center of the building.
  • 17 harmonicas are scattered throughout the floor.

CEO officesEdit

Related questsEdit

NotesEdit

  • In a factory floor bathroom, there is a stall with a fire hydrant instead of the usual toilet.
  • In the CEO Offices, if you listen closely you will hear the strange, eerie whispers that are heard in the Virulent Underchambers in Dunwich Building. The voices say "Alhazred!" and "G'Yeth!".
  • Random encounters occur to the west and north.
  • It is possible that the Sudden-Death Overtime gang may become hostile before speaking with them.
  • The building can occasionally become glitched. This is usually after attempting to drag a corpse. After dragging one, a dragging noise can be heard while the player is walking.

AppearancesEdit

This Red Racer factory appears only in Fallout 3.

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