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| ||For an overview of Sugar Bombs in the Fallout series of games, see Sugar Bombs.|
Sugar Bombs is a pre-War breakfast cereal that can be found all around the Wasteland, packaged in white and blue boxes with a red ovoid logo at the top, fully labeled as "Sugar Bombs breakfast cereal." Numerous promotional posters can be found posted on walls around the wasteland, touting the Sugar Bombs' "explosive great taste!" and some supposedly contain a "free Captain Cosmos decoder ring," though one has yet to be found. The cereal pieces themselves are modeled after atomic bombs, resembling the Fat Man, or perhaps more relevantly, a mini nuke.
In Fallout 3, Sugar Bombs are mildly useful food items found throughout the Capital Wasteland, which provide only a small amount of health when consumed. Compared to other food items, Sugar Bombs are somewhat rare, something which factors into the unmarked quest Murphy's Bombing Run.
Murphy's Bombing RunEdit
In Fallout 3, Sugar Bombs can be traded to a ghoul named Murphy in Northwest Seneca station for use in crafting ultrajet. He will pay you 15 caps for each box of Sugar Bombs that you bring him, and an extra 15 (for a total of 30 caps) with a Speech check. For each 8 boxes of Sugar Bombs brought to him, Murphy will also sell the player one ultrajet.
Apart from appearing randomly in refrigerators and similar containers, there are numerous fixed locations where Sugar Bombs are certain to appear:
|Arlington Library||1 box in Children's Wing, in the Eat'o'tronic 3000.|
|Bethesda Ruins||1 box in Bethesda Offices East, second floor, on top of desk on west wall.|
|Broadcast tower KT8||1 box in the drainage chamber, through door in East wall, to east wall on bottom of 2nd shelving unit.|
|Calvert Mansion Point Lookout (add-on)||Four or so in Desmond's panic room.|
|Citadel|| 1 box in A-ring, The Den (Lyon's Pride's quarters) on the table in the middle of the dining room.
6 boxes in Laboratory, mess hall (western-most room):
|Chryslus Building||2 boxes:|
|Cryo lab Mothership Zeta (add-on)||1 box on lower level of room full of stasis pods, southeast corner, lower shelf.|
|Everglow National Campground||11 boxes in the North-west trailer.|
|Fairfax Metro station||1 box in the Eat'o'tronic 3000, just inside the station entrance.|
|Grower's shackPoint Lookout (add-on)||1 box on the table, and 2 on the shelf|
|Jury Street Metro||8 boxes in Gold Ribbon Grocers, part of a Rube Goldberg machine.|
|Little Lamplight|| 1 box in shed to the south of entrance, enter and turn west, look up|
1 box in Souvenir Shop, on south bed, on floor.
|Mama Dolce's||11 or more can be found here. Four confirmed in Food Distribution.|
|MDPL-13 power station|| 3 boxes in the derelict power plant:
|Megaton||5 boxes, all but the one in the common house will yield negative Karma:|
|Museum of American History||7 boxes in Underworld, all of which will yield negative Karma:|
|My Megaton house|| 7 boxes with pre-War theme|
2 boxes with Vault theme.
1 box with Raider theme.
1 box with Wasteland explorer theme.
|Northwest Seneca station|| Inside the Cornucopia Fresh Groceries:
|Old Olney underground Broken Steel (add-on)|| 1 box on the end of a counter, southwest of the entrance from Olney sewers|
1 box in the 2nd Eat'o'tronic 3000 south of the 2 Nuka-Cola vending machines on the east wall of the 2nd floor of the office building in the cafeteria.
|Rivet City||4 boxes, all of which will yield negative Karma:|
|Rockland car tunnel Broken Steel (add-on)|| 2 boxes:
|Satcom Array NN-03d||There is a box in the first room of Tower C.|
|Sewer waystation||There is 1 in the Eat'o'tronic 3000.|
|Signal Yankee Bravo||In the drainage chamber, right doorway, 1 box on lowest shelf left of ham radio.|
|Takoma Park||There are three boxes in front of Cornucopia Fresh Groceries.|
|Temple of the Union||Two boxes in the storeroom (Average lock). They must be stolen.|
|Tenpenny Tower|| 9 boxes, all of which will yield negative Karma:
|Tenpenny Tower suite|| 4 boxes with Vault theme|
3 boxes with Pre-War theme
2 boxes with Wasteland explorer theme
|VAPL-66 power station||1 box behind burned out terminal, north-northwest of the door.|
|Vault 92||1 box in the fallen silo, in a raider farmhouse west of the vault.|
Sugar Bombs are available for purchase from the following vendors, in varying quantities:
- Doc Hoff the traveling merchant.
- Eclair and Knick Knack in Little Lamplight.
- Gary Staley of Gary's Galley in Rivet City.
- Jenny Stahl of The Brass Lantern in Megaton.
- Joe Porter of Dot's Diner in Canterbury Commons.
- Margaret Primrose of Café Beau Monde in Tenpenny Tower.
- Karl of The Family in Meresti Metro station.
- Vera Weatherly in Rivet City, upper deck.
- Greta of Carol's Place in Underworld.
There are fewer than 100 boxes in the game, not including those that can be obtained by purchasing certain housing themes and bought from food merchants.
Behind the scenesEdit
Sugar Bombs are a reference to the newspaper comic series Calvin And Hobbes, where "Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs" are Calvin's breakfast cereal of choice.