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|The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Mallet McBride is one of the vital escaped Tibbets prisoners. Like many of his escapee comrades, he carries one of the New Plague mutations – a piece in a large and lethal puzzle that the Prisoner needs, and the same virus that inhabits the Prisoner's own body.
Mallet McBride is not a nice man. In fact, he's a downright asshole. If it weren't for the fact that Mallet was in prison for carrying Limit 115, he would be either in someone else's prison, or dead from a gunshot wound to the head. However, now that he's escaped Tibbets Prison, he has chosen Hoover Dam as the place to sow his wild oats.
Mallet is a pretty big guy and a very skilled unarmed fighter. He's so good, in fact, that legend has it he once laid out a super mutant with one punch, though that legend has never been tested on Beatrice. Mallet hangs out in Dusty's Desires and whittles the day away getting drunk and boozing it up. He takes the occasional caravan job with Crimson Caravan to earn enough money to continue his boozing and carousing, but he does not have any loyalty to Crimson. Should the player approach Mallet about taking him back to Tibbets, then the player better be ready for a fight. Mallet will not go quietly and will begin to punch the player in the face until he is dead.
Mallet McBride did not appear nor was mentioned in any of the published games, but was to appear in the cancelled Fallout 3 project by Black Isle codenamed Van Buren. It is not certain if he will appear in any future Fallout game.
A Mallet (うちでの小槌 Uchide no Kozuji) is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy, usually with the effect of healing Mini. Since the Mini was excluded from some of the most recent games, this item was more recurring in early installments.
|Location||All item shops in the game.|
|Find||Kashuan Keep, Castle Deist|
|Won from||Mantis King, Chimera Brain|
|Location||Village of the Ancients and beyond.|
|Find||Canaan and beyond.|
|Steal from||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Won from||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Location||Mythril, and most shops in the Underworld.|
|Won from||Cannibal, Dark Tree, Electric Fish, Evil Shell, Fang Shell, Trap Rose, Treant|
Mallet can be bought from the majority of stores in the game, and costs 80 gil. It can also be won or found throughout the game.
Known as Cornucopia in the Super Famicom and Playstation release, it was retranslated as Mallet for the Advance release.
|Location||Carwen and beyond.|
|Steal from||Liquid Flame, Biblos|
|Won from||Shade Dancer|
Though the Mallet does not exist in this game, the Cornucopia is used instead to cure the status.
|Buy in||North Corel, Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon, Gongaga, Nibelheim, Mideel, Bone Village, Corel Prison|
Mallet appears as a trade accessory that has a 20% chance of breaking when equipped, and must be obtained from the Inward Chaos bonus reel before it can can be obtained through Battlegen at Ultimecia's Castle. It is used to make machine equipment.
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|Bacchus's Wine - Chocobo Feather - Hero Drink - Light Curtain - Lunar Curtain - Speed Drink - Star Curtain - Three Stars - Twin Stars|
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Price: 500 prestige
Unlocked by: 12 month Veteran Rewards
Power/Control Requirements: N/A
Auxiliary Connections: No
Destroyable in Base Raid: No