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Fire Breathers' Guide to Not Dying

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Fire Breathers' Guide to Not Dying
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Fire Breathers' Guide to Not Dying is a paper note in Fallout 76.

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The Fire Breather's Guide to Not Dying



Greeting applicant. This guide was designed to give you a basic overview of first aid and survival techniques while trekking through the Ash Heap region.

But above all else, remember - you are not a medical profession. It is your job to get people out safely. Leave the medicine to the doctors. With that in mind, here are the basic to not dying (and making sure those around you don't either).

BASIC WOUND CARE
1. Wash your hands.
2. Keep pressure on the wound until bleeding stops.
3. Clean the affected area.
4. Dress it using clean bandages.

BASIC BURN CARE
1. If it's not painful, that's a big problem. That's a third degree burn. Get a real medical professional ASAP.
2. Otherwise, hold a cold compress on the burn for 15 minutes.
3. Gently bind the burn with clean bandages.

DISEASE CURATIVES
Collect the following ingredients, take them to a stove or cook pot and combine:
Forest Flora: 1 pt. Boiled Water, 2 Fire Caps, 2 Snaptails, 2 Bloodleaves
Ash Heap: 1 pt. Purified Water, 2 Ash Rose, 2 Blight, 2 Soot Flower

RADIATION EXPOSURE
1. Treat them with Rad-Away
2. That's it. Everything else requires real medicine. If that doesn't fix it or your don't have any, get your tail to a clinic.

Holotapes and notes in Fallout 76