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Microfusion cell (Fallout 2)

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For an overview of microfusion cells throughout the Fallout series, see Microfusion cell.
Microfusion cell
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Mag. Size
50
AC Mod
0
damage mod
1/1
DR mod
0
Weight5Value$ 1000
Prototype ID00000039
 
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The microfusion cell is a type of ammunition in Fallout and Fallout 2.

Background

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Microfusion cells are described as a medium sized energy production unit, a self-contained fusion reactor[1][2] with a capacity of 1040.8 VDC.[3] Primarily used by two-handed energy weapons.

Characteristics

The basic ammo of large energy weapons. Doubles as fuel for the Highwayman, adding 1% of charge per microfusion cell charge (one "magazine" of 50 MFC adds 50% power).

Weapons using this ammunition


Weapon Ammo Performance vs. armor
None Leather jacket Leather armor Metal armor Combat armor Power armor Advanced power armor
Laser rifle
Laser rifle (ext. cap.)
MFC

25 - 50

20 - 40

20 - 40

4.75 - 11

6.8 - 16.8

1.4 - 6.4

0.6 - 3.1

Plasma rifle MFC

30 - 65

27 - 58.5

27 - 58.5

20.8 - 48.8

13 - 30.5

12 - 33

6 - 20

Turbo plasma rifle MFC

35 - 70

31.5 - 63

31.5 - 63

24.8 - 52.8

15.5 - 33

15 - 36

8 - 22

YK42B pulse rifle MFC

54 - 78

37.8 - 54.6

37.8 - 54.6

54 - 78

26 - 38

25.2 - 39.6

15.6 - 25.2

Gatling laser MFC

20 - 40

16 - 32

16 - 32

3.5 - 8.5

4.8 - 12.8

0.4 - 4.4

0.1 - 2.1

References