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ArcJet Systems

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ArcJet Systems
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Site
Map MarkerArcJet Systems
People
FactionsArcJet Systems (formerly)
The Institute (quest only)
Other
QuestsCall to Arms
Technical
Cell NameArcjetSystemsExt
ArcjetSystemsExt02
ArcJetSystems01 (systems)
ArcJetSystems02 (engine core)
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0007e2c2 (systems)
00080465 (engine core)
TerminalsArcJet terminals
Security Terminal
Lab Control Terminal
Lab Analyst's Terminal
Lab Terminal
CEO's Terminal
Repair Department Terminal
Receptionist's Terminal
Facilities Termianl
Project Manager's Terminal
Engine Core Control Terminal
 
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ArcJet Systems is a location in the Commonwealth.

Background[edit | edit source]

ArcJet was a contractor specializing in the design and development of custom-built high-tech aviation equipment. This particular facility included offices and labs for their staff, as well as a secure test chamber for new products in development. It has largely been abandoned since the war. Its security system, including turrets and Protectrons, was more than enough to fend off any Raiders.[1][2]

Layout[edit | edit source]

The area contains a Weapons workbench and an Armor workbench

Arcjet Systems[edit | edit source]

The outer facility can be freely explored prior to Call to Arms and contains a variety of loot. The path from the entrance to the Engine Core access is largely linear, though there are goodies hidden away in every nook and cranny.

Arcjet Engine Core[edit | edit source]

The Engine Core is built around the central testing shaft, containing a fueled jet engine. It is accessed during Call to Arms and is a much, simpler, straightforward path. The bottom level is accessed using the stairwell, with the primary means of accessing the control room being the elevator. To power the elevator, the player has to enter the maintenance room at the bottom (containing a Junk Jet) and use the terminal in the back to power up the facility and the engine.

At this point, synths attack Paladin Danse en masse. The easiest way to get rid of them all is to activate the engine test. It will cook all synths and just smoke Danse a little bit, thanks to his armor. Afterwards, a short trip using the elevator brings the player and the Paladin to the control room with more synths. One of them carries a component crucial for contacting the Brotherhood and boosting the antenna's gain.

Afterwards, it's just a simple matter of exiting the facility using the maintenance elevator.

Notable loot[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

ArcJet Systems appears only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.302-303: "[3.02] ARCJET SYSTEMS
    ArcJet was a contractor specializing in the design and development of custom-built high-tech aviation equipment. This particular facility included offices and labs for their staff, as well as a secure test chamber for new products in development. It has largely been abandoned since the war. Its security system, including turrets and Protectrons, was more than enough to fend off any Raiders.
    Inside, the main offices and laboratories are set out on two sprawling floors you weave between, along with elevator access down to the engine core. Check every room so you don’t miss some quality items, including a Fat Man and two steamer trunks (one in the main building, the other in the engine core area, though only one is available each time you visit)! If you’re completing the Brotherhood of Steel quest, expect some righteous authority as you exit."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)
  2. Fallout 4 loading screen hints: "In the years before the war, ArcJet Systems was a successful military and civilian aerospace contractor, specializing in communications and propulsion systems."