Ink container is a quest item in Fallout 3.
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
The Ink container is usable in the Stealing Independence quest if you choose to give it to Button Gwinnett. If you do choose to give it to him, he will use it to make a second copy of the Declaration of Independence. Although, it will still stay in your inventory even if you give it to him. This item cannot be dropped until the quest is either completed or failed.
Locations[edit | edit source]
Found in the Arlington library media archive. The room which contains the ink container looks heavily fortified due to all the barbed wire and sandbags. The ink in question is in a metal box on a table towards the back of the room marked 'Restoration Supplies'.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- The container may disappear from your inventory, despite taking up 1 weight. Upon entering the room with Button, the item will suddenly reappear in the inventory again.
- When picked up prior to talking to Button, during Stealing Independence, the ink container will stay in your inventory indefinitely. Unfortunately, being captured by the Enclave during The American Dream will not remove it from your inventory, despite the fact that your inventory is emptied at the start of the quest. It will not get removed from your inventory when you start the Not of This World quest (Mothership Zeta).
- Disabling or destroying Button will let you drop the ink, but results in negative karma (-100).
- player.removeitem 3aa2 1 in the console to remove the item, or setquestobject 3aa2 0 to remove the "quest flag" making the item removable. Type