Follows-Chalk's war club

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For an overview of clubs throughout the Fallout series, see club.
Follows-Chalk's war club
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Requirements
SkillMelee Weapons 25
Strength Req.2
Attack statistics
Dmg/Attack
24 (31)
DPS
83 (150)
Crit Dmg
24
Crit % Mult
x1
Attacks/Sec
3.5 (4.8)AP21
Other
Weight3Value75
Item HP200
Repair
Tire iron
Editor ID?
Base IDxx00e8ee
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
Perks (Att.)
Slayer
(+1)
 
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Follows-Chalk's war club is a weapon in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

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The war club is sculpted from a hard wood native to Utah. This two foot long war club is the signature weapon of the Dead Horses tribe, hence the striking end of the weapon being shaped like a horse's head.[1]

The unique war club of Follows-Chalk. It is more decorated than a normal war club and has a mane (however it should be noted that it is identical to a war club that has been upgraded with War club casings in both appearance and damage). It is decorated with beads, feathers and sinew.

Gameplay attributes[edit | edit source]

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Locations[edit | edit source]

It is carried by Follows-Chalk. It can not be obtained without the use of console commands.

References

  1. The Courier: "Nice guns."
    Joshua Graham: "In the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau, all tribes are known for a specific weapon. White Legs are known for their big submachine guns, "storm drums." They broke into an armory near Spanish Fork and have been using them for years. Of course, the Dead Horses have their wooden war clubs and even the Sorrows have their Yao Guai gauntlets. This type of .45 Automatic pistol was designed by one of my tribe almost four hundred years ago. Learning its use is a New Canaanite rite of passage."
    (Joshua Graham's dialogue)