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Weapons
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Weapons are items used to attack a target and deliver damage.

TypesEdit

Each weapon class has a different skill that governs its use.

ImplementationsEdit

These classes, as well as their related skills and the types of weapons included in each, have changed over time from game to game:

Skill Fallout Fallout 2 Tactics Van Buren Fallout 3 New Vegas
Big Guns Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon cross Icon check Icon cross
Small Guns Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon cross Icon check Icon cross
Firearms Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon check Icon cross Icon cross
Guns Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon check
Energy Weapons Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon cross Icon check Icon check
Throwing Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon cross Icon cross
Traps Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross
Explosives Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon cross Icon check Icon check
Melee Weapons Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check
Unarmed Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check Icon check

Weapon overview pagesEdit

Firearms and other ballistic weaponsEdit

Explosives and incendiariesEdit

Directed energy weaponsEdit

Melee weaponsEdit

Unarmed weaponsEdit