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Colonel Autumn's uniform

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Colonel Autumn's uniform
Fo3 Colonel Autumn's Uniform.png
Icon colonel Autumns uniform.png
DR10Item HP100
Weight3Value12
EffectsEnergy Weapons +5, Small Guns +5
Repair
none
VariantsGeneral Chase's overcoat
base id0005157e
xx00c96d (zeta)
 
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Colonel Autumn's uniform a unique piece of clothing in Fallout 3.

Characteristics

This coat is the service uniform of Augustus Autumn. Based on the pre-War LAS-009 General's overcoat,[1] it consists of a jet black uniform and a resistant, tan trenchcoat. It provides a Damage Resistance of 10 and grants a +5 bonus to both Energy Weapons and Small Guns.

Locations

It is found on Colonel Autumn's body after he is killed.

Notes

  • If you use the technique to take the uniform during The Waters of Life, you can obtain two copies of the uniform as he will wear another one during Take It Back!.
  • When worn on female characters, the heels are raised as if on platformed shoes but Autumn's uniform is outfitted with regular boots.
  • Mothership Zeta includes a re-skinned version of this uniform, which appears identical to General Chase's overcoat from the Operation: Anchorage add-on. The Mothership Zeta version is only obtainable through console commands.
  • If obtained during the Take It Back! quest, you will have a limited time to use it, unless Broken Steel is installed, due to the door locking behind you.

Bugs

  • Sometimes while wearing this item the player will disappear in third person.

Gallery

Concept art by Adam Adamowicz

References