Tesla Science Magazine
Energy weapons inflict more damage
Tesla Science Magazine is a perk magazine in .
Gives the player character a level of the
Tesla Science perk which makes energy weapons inflict +5% critical damage. This perk can stack up to nine times.
Magazine issues Edit
#1 Will Robots Rule the World?
In the CEO’s office on the second floor, next to his terminal.
#2 What is Plasma, Anyway?
General Atomics factory
In the upper floor office, on a metal desk against the west wall, directly above the entrance lobby.
#3 Rocket Science for Toddlers
In Virgil’s laboratory on a broken fridge, just left of Virgil’s terminal.
#4 Tomorrow's technology for today's Super Soldiers (Blast Off To Adventure!)
Lowest floor filleting room, on a small table, northwest corner. Room below the one with the steamer trunk.
#5 Giant Super Weapons
Mass Fusion building
On the computer bank, ninth floor southeast mezzanine room, upper offices above the glass floor.
#6 Geckos and Gamma Radiation
Top floor, northern computer room, northeast corner on a small table. Access via the open curtains.
#7 U.S. Army Goes To Space
First floor, in the weaponization research lab, in the northeast corner.
#8 10 Number 1 Hits!!!
On the metal desk with the bobblehead near the steamer trunk, in the central metal catwalk hut.
#9 Future of Warfare?
On the wooden bench in the kitchen of the warehouse, near the birthday sweetroll.
pc xboxone ps4 The perk does nothing in the current version of the game ( v1.9).
The current condition to apply the critical damage is "hasKeyword DamageTypeEnergy [KYWD:0004A0CB]" which is never true as no weapon has the keyword. The proper keyword to determine a ranged energy weapon is dn_weap_EnergyGun [KYWD:0003E208].
There is a bug-fixing mod (game ver. 1.5, unofficial) that corrects this and numerous other defects.
Location images Edit
Cover images Edit
Will Robots Rule the World?
Rocket Science for Toddlers
Tomorrow's technology for today's Super Soldiers (Blast Off To Adventure!)
Geckos and Gamma Radiation - The Key to Prolonged Life?
Two pages of a Tesla Science magazine