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Jalapeño pepper

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Jalapeño pepper
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A jalapeño pepper (left) and bush (right)
Effects
SkillSurvival
Effects
+1 Hit Point per second for 5s
+5 Dehydration
-10 Starvation
Uses
Component ofCook-Cook's Fiend stew
Gecko kebab
Fiery purgative Lonesome RoadGametitle-FNV LR.png
Other
Weight0.02Value5
Technical
Base ID0015f0e7
 
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The jalapeño pepper is a consumable item in Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Jalapeño peppers have an exceptionally low weight despite restoring about the same amount of health as standard food items, making them exceptionally practical for healing minor injuries. In hardcore mode, they increase dehydration when consumed.

Like all other Mojave Wasteland plants, ripe Jalepeño plants found in the wasteland will eventually regrow after being picked by the player; making them an unlimited supply of free food.

It is also one of the ingredients used in making a gecko kebab and Cook-Cook's Fiend stew at a campfire. With the addition of the Lonesome Road add-on, it can also be used to craft fiery purgative.

Effects of Survival skill[edit | edit source]

LevelEffectLevelEffect
10+1 Hit Point, +6 Dehydration, -12 Starvation60+2 Hit Point, +11 Dehydration, -22 Starvation
20+1 Hit Point, +7 Dehydration, -14 Starvation70+2 Hit Point, +12 Dehydration, -24 Starvation
30+1 Hit Point, +8 Dehydration, -16 Starvation80+2 Hit Point, +13 Dehydration, -26 Starvation
40+1 Hit Point, +9 Dehydration, -18 Starvation90+2 Hit Point, +14 Dehydration, -28 Starvation
50+2 Hit Point, +10 Dehydration, -20 Starvation100+3 Hit Point, +15 Dehydration, -30 Starvation

Crafting[edit | edit source]

With the add-on Old World Blues, this item can be crafted by the player.

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