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Fallout addictions

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This page lists all addictions in the original Fallout.
  • The content is not described in full detail on this page. For details, please see the respective articles.
  • For addictions in other Fallout games, please see "Addiction".
  • For an overview of Fallout content, please refer to "Portal:Fallout".
 
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  • You can get addicted when you use too many drugs. As an addict, you suffer withdrawal symptoms only when you run out of supplies. Many substances in the Fallout games are addictive. Each chem has a chance of addiction. One of the most addictive drugs is jet.
  • For Fallout 1 & 2, withdrawal effects occur after becoming addicted and going for some amount of time without using that chem. For non-jet addictions, addiction lasts 7 days from the onset of the withdrawal effects (nine days of non-use), while jet addiction lasts forever without the Jet Antidote.

Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics

ITEM RISK DELAY DURATION FORM WITHDRAWAL EFFECTS
Beer Alcohol addiction
Booze Alcohol addiction
Buffout Buffout addiction
Mentats Mentats addiction
Nuka-Cola Nuka-Cola addiction
Psycho Psycho addiction
RadAway RadAway addiction