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Advanced power armor (Fallout Tactics)

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For an overview of various models of power armor in the Fallout series of games, see Power armor.
Advanced power armor
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Stats
AC bonus35
Effects+4 Strength
-75% Sneak
-10% Doctor
-10% First Aid
-10% Lockpick
-10% Steal
-10% Science
-10% Repair
+20% Poison Resistance
+40% Radiation Resistance
Weight50 pounds
Value$25000
Resistances
Normal60 DR18 DT
Fire65 DR15 DT
Gas45 DR7 DT
Energy55 DR17 DT
Electrical10 DR0 DT
Explosive50 DR10 DT
 
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Mini-FOT Logo.pngThe following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.

The Eastern Brotherhood advanced power armor, called simply advanced power armor in the game, is a Fallout Tactics armor, used by the Brotherhood of Steel, a more advanced version of the Eastern Brotherhood power armor.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

This powered armor is composed of lightweight metal alloys, reinforced with ceramic castings at key points. The motion-assist servo-motors appear to be high quality model as well.

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Newton: 1 found in a hidden room at Reaver base. More specifically, in the Reaver barracks in a fridge.
  • Bunkers: 1 for sale after Canyon City. 2 more after completing Scott City.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The existence of this armor is quite inconsistent with the fact that even the Brotherhood proper was not able to manufacture new power armors, not to mention advanced versions, constructed by the Enclave many years later.
  • This version of power armor has a close resemblance to the advanced power armor used by Enclave forces in Fallout 3.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

"I would redo the sprite of the power armor to make it more retro. Not that there is anything technically wrong with the sprite, it's a great piece of art. It's just that it is a bit out of place in the Fallout Universe. But bear in mind that we had to design it over a year ago and Interplay approved everything we did."

Tony Oakden, Freelancer

See also[edit | edit source]