Wasteland outfit (Fallout 3)
|This page is about the wasteland outfits as they appear in Fallout 3. For the wasteland outfits as they appear in Fallout: New Vegas, see Wasteland outfit.|
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Wasteland settler outfit
Crudely made, they provide only the most basic protection and are easy to come by as they can be bought from several traders, can be found on many corpses or inside several homes throughout the Capital Wasteland, it can also be found on most Megaton Settlers.
Wasteland outfits can be repaired with brahmin-skin outfit, wasteland settler outfit, wasteland wanderer outfit, wasteland doctor fatigues, wasteland surgeon outfit and roving trader outfit. The matching headwear can only be repaired with other copies of the respective model.
 Brahmin-skin outfit
A dirty off-white in color (grey for the coveralls), the brahmin-skin outfit consists of a crudely-stitched pair of coverall trousers and a patched shirt. They appear to have received only the most rudimentary treatment in tanning and tailoring. It is used by the poorest of wastelanders.
 Wasteland settler outfit
The settler outfit is makeshift clothing, crudely stitched together from fragments of leather, cloth, cardboard, held together with wires, shoelaces, tacks etc. It is very easy to make and thus popular among the homeless and other impoverished people inhabiting the wasteland.
 Wasteland wanderer outfit
The wasteland wanderer outfit is plain clothing with a hood. It is a unisex outfit; the male version looks exactly like the female. It is used by the "middle class" wastelanders.
 Variants with different bonuses
 Wasteland doctor fatigues
The wasteland doctor fatigues consist of a white, blood-splattered sleeveless shirt, a small bag and dark green trousers. It is worn by Doc Church, Cutter, Carl, and Wasteland doctors. It is a variants of wasteland outfits with a bonus of +5 to Medicine instead of the usual one.
 Wasteland surgeon outfit
The wasteland surgeon outfit is a more bloodsplattered version of the wasteland doctor fatigues worn by Doctor Barrows, Nurse Graves, Ryan Brigg, Murphy, on William Brandice's corpse in Marigold Station, and wasteland doctors. It is a variants of wasteland outfits with a bonus of +5 to Medicine instead of the usual one.
 Roving trader outfit
A large brown coat with many pockets and a few misc items on the back, with blue jeans. Also has a matching hat, which is a tan color with some covered biker goggles. It increases Barter by 5. Used by scavengers.
 Ballcap with glasses
A ballcap which comes with a pair of glasses. This cannot be looted or worn in Fallout 3. It can be found and worn in Fallout: New Vegas, but does not count as glasses when considering the Four Eyes trait. The cap can be found on random wastelanders and occasionally on Traveling merchants.
 Biker goggles
Biker goggles are made up of two clear glass lenses and are kept over the eyes with a leather strap.
Biker goggles are often found on raiders and wastelanders. They can also be bought readily from merchants that specialize in selling general goods(such as Moira Brown) and clothing(such as Crow). They very often can be easily obtained in perfect condition when purchased from vendors.
 Stormchaser hat
The stormchaser hat is a very common article of clothing sold randomly by most merchants, and worn by many wastelanders. When purchased from a vendor a stormchaser hat will usually be in perfect condition. It can also be combined with eyewear.
 Variants with different stats
- Nearly all wastelanders wear a variant of the wasteland outfit.
- Variants can be bought from clothing stores.
It seems that the bonus to Agility is due to the outfit being very light and non-restrictive and the bonus to Endurance is a result of all that the wastelanders have to endure to live in the Capital Wasteland.
- When either doctor outfit is equipped, the effect will be displayed as "Dr. Barrow's lab coat" in the Pip-Boy.
- Wasteland doctor fatigues appear to be exactly the same clothing as that of the medical personnel in the U.S. Army, as shown in the Operation: Anchorage add-on.
- When wearing the stormchaser hat with another in your inventory trying to wear the second will result in no change of hat, but when playing with the third person camera angle or using V.A.T.S your character will not have a head or any visible headgear on (glitch disappears when any equipment is changed).
 Concept artwork
Concept art by Adam Adamowicz