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From The Vault

Rad Away is an intravenous chemical solution that bonds with radiation particles and passes them through your system. It takes time to work, and is also a potent diuretic. It cannot be used to keep away radiation when entering radioactive areas like Rad-X, but instead is used after receiving radiation to rid yourself of some of it.

It has several adverse effects, most notably headaches and stomach pains.

Contents

Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics

Rad Away
File:Chem_RadAway.png
effects: Immediate:
-25 Radiated
After 2 Hours:
-50 Radiation Count
After 4 Hours:
-75 Radiation Count
addiction: 10% Chance of Addiction
Effects for 1 week, starting after 10 Days
-20 to Radiation Resistance
weight: 0
value: $500

In Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics, interestingly Rad Away can be addictive. It takes full effect only after 4 hours.

Rad Away is also one of these games' higher-value items, and since you'll find far more than you'll ever realistically use, it is very good for making money.

Locations

Fallout

Fallout 2

Related quests

  • Rad Away is needed for the Help Charlie unmarked quest in Fallout 2

Fallout 3

Rad Away
effects: Rads -150 (at 100 Medicine)
addiction: none
weight: 0
value: 20
base id: 15167

In Fallout 3, Rad Away is no longer addictive. This item looks a bit like a blood pack. It can be found in almost every medical or science facility and can often be found in first aid kits that hang on walls or are kept on shelves. It can also be bought from a variety of doctors in the Capital Wasteland.

Notes

  • Rad Away has a slight glow, making it easier to find in the dark, and indoors (not as strong a glow as a Nuka-Cola Quantum though). There is also a readable label marked "Rad Away" written on it. This makes it easier to distinguish from a blood pack.
  • Ironically, Rad Away can also occasionally be found on ghouls.

Appearances

Rad Away appears in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3 and Fallout Tactics.

Fallout consumables
Fallout 2 consumables
Fallout 3 consumables
Fallout Tactics consumables

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







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