|For an overview of stimpak variants in the Fallout series of games, see stimpak.|
A stimpak, or stimulation delivery package, is a consumable item in Fallout 3.
Stimpaks are a type of hand held medication used to heal the body. This item consists of a syringe for containing and delivering the medication and a gauge for measuring the status of the stimpak's contents. When the medicine is injected, it provides immediate healing of the body's minor wounds, delivering between 30-90 hit points (36–108 hit points with the Fast Metabolism perk) per injection, dependent on the level of the player's Medicine skill.
Additionally, it can be used to heal crippled limbs by injecting it directly into the affected limb (via the PipBoy interface). When used on a limb it heals a relatively high amount of damage on the limb, but slight healing on the body. Conversely, when used on the whole body, a relatively high amount of damage on the whole body is healed, but the limbs are healed only slightly.
Effects of Medicine skill
|10||+36 Hit Point||60||+66 Hit Point|
|20||+42 Hit Point||70||+72 Hit Point|
|30||+48 Hit Point||80||+78 Hit Point|
|40||+54 Hit Point||90||+84 Hit Point|
|50||+60 Hit Point||100||+90 Hit Point|
|The following is based on Fallout 3 cut content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
- A model and icon for a super stimpak can be found in the G.E.C.K. editor, suggesting that super stimpaks were part of Fallout 3's development but were removed from the final release of the game.
|End of information based on Fallout 3 cut content.|