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Banana yucca fruit

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For the various forms of fruit that appear in the Fallout series of games, see fruit.
Banana yucca fruit
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Banana yucca fruit (left) and plant (right)
+1 Hit Point per second for 7s
-15 Dehydration
-10 Starvation
Component ofGecko kebab
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Base ID000eaca4

Banana yucca fruit is a consumable item in Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

The yellow, fist sized fruit of the banana yucca plant can be found growing wild throughout the Mojave wasteland and Zion Canyon. Bighorners enjoy eating the fruit.[1]

Like all other Mojave Wasteland plants, ripe banana yucca plants found in the wasteland will eventually regrow after being picked by the player, making them an unlimited supply of free food. Picking one plant yields two fruits.

Banana yucca fruit is an ingredient in the gecko kebab and slasher campfire recipes.

Effects of Survival skill[edit | edit source]

10+1 Hit Point, -18 Dehydration, -12 Starvation60+2 Hit Point, -33 Dehydration, -22 Starvation
20+1 Hit Point, -21 Dehydration, -14 Starvation70+2 Hit Point, -36 Dehydration, -24 Starvation
30+1 Hit Point, -24 Dehydration, -16 Starvation80+2 Hit Point, -39 Dehydration, -26 Starvation
40+1 Hit Point, -27 Dehydration, -18 Starvation90+2 Hit Point, -42 Dehydration, -28 Starvation
50+2 Hit Point, -30 Dehydration, -20 Starvation100+3 Hit Point, -45 Dehydration, -30 Starvation

Crafting[edit | edit source]

With the add-on Old World Blues, this item can be crafted by the player.


Variants[edit | edit source]

Locations[edit | edit source]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • Yucca baccata is the scientific name for the banana yucca, and it can be found throughout the American Southwest.


  1. The Courier: "What would you suggest I do instead?"
    Follows-Chalk: "Hmm... you might try luring the baby out with some banana yucca. These Bighorners go crazy for the stuff."
    (Follows-Chalk's dialogue)