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Healing Archway
effects: Heal to 75% or 100% of max HP
base id: xx0060a3

Healing Archways are found throughout Mothership Zeta, as part of the ship's internal architecture. They instantly heal the Player up to about 75% of his maximum health and remove all radiation when walking though them, whereupon a message saying "The archway has restored some of your health" appears on screen but you are not notified of the removal of the radiation.

After the player has passed through it, the archways need to recharge for 15 seconds. If the player attempts to use the archway before this time has elapsed, the following message will appear: "The archway is recharging and not ready for use".

Players with a Science skill of 75 or above can modify the archway so it fully heals the player. However, after doing this the archway will burn out after 3 uses, rendering it useless whereupon the following message will be shown: "The archway has burned out and is no longer useful". After modification, the player can check how many uses are left by activating the modified archway.


  • Although the archways have no effect if the player is between 75% and 100% of his maximum health (unless the player modifies the device), the message still appears on screen, possibly leading to some confusion. This can be especially annoying since the modified archways will still burn out after 3 passes, even if the player is already at full health.
  • The archways also clears any drug addiction the player might have.


  • On XBox 360 and PC, some users experienced a bug of unknown origin that caused the healing archway to not work. Activating them seems to do nothing. Restarting the console seems to fix this. Occasionally, this bug is accompanied by the inability to operate teleporters.
Mothership Zeta (add-on)

This article uses material from the "Healing Archway" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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