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Pool Cue
Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 3
DPS: 4.2858
attacks/sec: 1.4286
crit dmg: 0
crit chance: x 0
skill: Melee Weapons
AP: 27
item HP: 50
repair: Pool Cues
weight: 1
value: 15
base id: 00004346

A Pool Cue, or cue stick, is a common weapon found throughout the Wasteland in Fallout 3.



  • This weapon is regarded as a "joke weapon" like the Rolling Pin and Red Ryder BB Gun, as it has a low damage value and is unable to perform critical hits.
  • This weapon may serve well in the earliest parts of the game as the player's first foes are weak. But this weapon becomes useless, to say the least, in other parts of the game.


  • Pool Cues can sometimes be found on Raiders and Wastelanders.
  • A pair of Pool Cues can be found on almost all billiard tables throughout the Wasteland. Some among many include the tables in Rivet City and the Federalist Lounge.
  • Sometimes the developers seem to have included the Pool Cue as a joke in containers which are far too small to contain one, even unscrewed, such as mail boxes.


  • The Break - The Break is the build-a-better-Pool-Cue, with the ability to get a critical hit, as well as more damage and item HP.
Weapons of Fallout 3
Billiards items in Fallout games

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


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From Grand Theft Wiki

The Pool Cue in GTA San Andreas

The Pool Cue is a tool and a weapon in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and The Lost and Damned. It seems to have the longest reach out of all the melee weapons, but it's main use is to play pool.


GTA San Andreas

Challenge someone to a game of pool in a bar somewhere, and after beating them on the table, the player can keep the cue to smack people around with. Though it is an effective meleé weapon, the player cannot sprint, because of the pool cue's length. Any meleé weapon the player has will be replaced by the Pool Cue.


  • Blueberry, Red County - In front of a small restaurant. From the entrance of the Blueberry Well Stacked Pizza, head east and through the four-way intersection. Continue until your reach the next intersection which should be a three-way. At the northeast part of this intersection you should see a small restaurant. The Pool Cue is just north of the entrance.
  • Doherty, San Fierro - Underneath a fallen part of the building on the west side of the Construction Site north of the Doherty Garage. From the entrance of the Doherty Garage, go north and turn west when you reach the corner of the Safehouse. Continue west and up the hill into the Construction Site. Continue west and you should encounter a still-standing portion of a building with the floor drooping down. Underneath this fallen floor is the Pool Cue (and a Flamethrower).
  • Rockshore East, Las Venturas - In the middle of the industrial complex (by the dumpster) at Rockshore East. From the Rockshore West Safehouse, head north through the intersection and turn east at the road curve. Continue east and turn north at the next road curve. Continue north and turn east at the next road curve. Continue forward, cross the railroad tracks, and enter the industrial complex. Just off to your left is some sheltered parking. Go to the east end of the sheltered parking area. When you get there you should see a beige building off to your left. There is a dumpster at the southwest corner of this building. The Pool Cue is next to this dumpster.


In GTA IV, the pool cue is in fact categorized as a weapon alongside other melee weapons but the use of the pool cue as a weapon was dropped during development. The pool cue may still be used to play pool but cannot be used outside it even though it's a functional weapon. A broken-off version can be used as a weapon in the downloadable episodic pack The Lost and Damned for Grand Theft Auto IV.

The Lost and Damned


This article uses material from the "Pool Cue" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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