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Little gecko (Fallout 2)

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For an overview of variations of geckos in all games, see Gecko (creature).
Little gecko
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LocationNew California
VariantsFire gecko
Golden gecko
 
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Silver Geckos, called little geckos in game, are the easiest of them to kill. They appear quite early in the game. (already in the Fallout 2 Quest - Rescue Nagor's dog, Smoke, from the wilds., where they roam the Arroyo Hunting Grounds) They can be skinned, if you have the Gecko Skinning perk.

Little geckos have horrible detection AI, and it is often possible for the player to walk right in front of them and not be noticed. This makes it easy to get inside attack range without being caught. While it has been suggested that little geckos attack only when provoked, this is not true.

Little geckos will eat any iguana-on-a-stick or jerky dropped on the floor. They will also equip weapons like spiked knuckles and power fists! [1]

Stats[edit | edit source]

SPECIAL
StatisticValue
Strength4
Perception3
Endurance3
Charisma1
Intelligence1
Agility5
Luck3
XP55
Derived Statistics
StatisticValue
Carry Weight125
Sequence6
Hit Points25
Healing Rate1
Armor Class13
Action Points7
Critical Chance3
Unarmed Damage0
Melee Damage2
Defense
TypeResistanceThreshold
Normal20%0%
Laser20%0%
Fire10%0%
Plasma10%0%
Explosive20%0%
Electrical30%0%
EMP500%0%
Poison15% 
Radiation6% 
Skills
SkillValue
Small Guns0
Big Guns0
Energy0
Unarmed17%
Melee0
Throwing0

References

  1. Fallout 2 Official Strategies & Secrets p.29: "The Silver Geckos are the least offensive of the Geckos—they're not very aggressive, and if you know how to skin them, each hide is worth $25."