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Small Energy Cell, Energy Cell or simply Small Energy is an item of ammunition in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout Tactics and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. It is a small, self-contained energy storage unit often associated with one-handed energy weapons and acts essentially as a very powerful battery or capacitor.

There is a more powerful version of this ammo called Heavy Energy Cell.


Fallout and Fallout 2

Small Energy Cell
ammo type: Energy
capacity: 40
AC modifier: 0
DR modifier: 0
damage modifier: 1
used in:
weight: 3 pounds
value: $400

In Fallout 2, a small energy cell can also be used to fuel the Highwayman.


Weapons using this ammunition

Fallout 3

Energy Cell
used in: Laser Pistol
Smuggler's End
Protectron's Gaze
Plasma Pistol
Colonel Autumn's Laser Pistol
MPLX Novasurge
weight: 0
value: 2
base id: 00020772

Small Energy Cells in Fallout 3 bear a striking resemblance to 3 regular AA batteries taped together.

Energy cells are most common on robots, however merchants sell them in large amounts. Unfortunately, they sell them for at least 2 caps each, making them quite pricey.

Weapons using this ammunition

Weapon shots per one cell

Weapon No. of shots
Laser Pistol 30
Smuggler's End 30
Protectron's Gaze 20
Plasma Pistol 16
Colonel Autumn's Laser Pistol 30
MPLX Novasurge 8

Fallout Tactics

Small Energy Cell
ammo type: Energy
capacity: 40
penetration: +0%
damage: +0%
used in:
weight: 8
value: n/a

Description: A small, self-contained energy storage unit.

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

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Ammunition in Fallout
Ammunition in Fallout 2
Ammunition in Fallout 3
Ammunition in Fallout Tactics
Ammunition in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

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