You have the talent of finding money. You find additional money in random encounters in the desert.”— Fallout 2 description
Fallout, Fallout 2 and Lionheart[edit | edit source]
Increases the amount of money found in random encounters. Useless.
Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas[edit | edit source]
When this perk is taken, it activates a single variable, FortuneFinderOdds, and proceeds to delete the vast majority of still-unloaded cap leveled items, and in turn, replaces them with new ones. Therefore, quantities of bottle caps are frequently doubled, quadrupled and even octupled.
Gore bags are a notable exception; they will contain the original cap leveled list and any caps that would have been gained from them, as well as the Fortune Finder caps. This perk does not modify specific pre-placed amounts of caps, such as Herbert Dashwood's safe, or Bloodborne cave's loot trunk.
Fallout 4[edit | edit source]
With the Fortune Finder perk, you'll find more and more caps in containers.”— Fallout 4 loading screen hints
With perk tree has four ranks, and each rank increases the amount of bottle caps found in containers from the rank before. The final rank adds a special mechanic.
- Rank 1: Increases amount of caps spawning in containers.
- Rank 2: Increases amount of caps spawning in containers.
- Rank 3: Increases amount of caps spawning in containers.
- Rank 4: Enemies have a chance to explode in a shower of caps when killed.
Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel[edit | edit source]
With each level of this skill, one increases their chances of finding valuable items and money by +20% (up to a maximum of 100%).
Points requirements[edit | edit source]
- 1 Rank: 2 points
- 2 Rank: 4 points
- 3 Rank: 8 points
- 4 Rank: 16 points
- 5 Rank: 32 points
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The image for this perk in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel is inspired by Indiana Jones.