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The Patriot's Cookbook
The Patriot's Cookbook
The Underground Rebel's Guide to Practical Dissent”— slogan
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
On the front is a red stamp administered by the pre-War Federal Bureau of Investigation, which claims that it is "banned material" and "to be burned" on February 11th, 2069. The magazine offers articles on creating explosive devices for a variety of purposes, such as Abraxo based bombs and mailbox bombs. Given the banned nature of the material, it is hinted to have an anarchistic or communistic bent to it.
Locations[edit | edit source]
|Closest map marker||Location description|
|Camp Golf||Inside Misfits' Tent.|
|Horowitz farmstead||In the bedroom of a house south-east of Horowitz farmstead.|
|Nellis Air Force Base||Nellis Boomer Museum, on a shelf above Pete's bed, with ¡La Fantoma! and Tæles of Chivalrie.|
|Nellis Air Force Base||Schoolhouse, inside the teacher's desk (very easy lock), with a Lad's Life and Today's Physician.|
|Nellis Air Force Base||Men's Barrack, on a set of shelves next to bunk.(must be stolen)|
|NCR Sharecropper Farms||If you go out of the farm (East gate) there is a mailbox down the road (to your left),also there is a Salesman Weekly in the mailbox straight in front of the gate.|
|New California Republic Correctional Facility||Cell block A, behind the closed cell door.|
|New Vegas Steel||On a desk in the first room.|
|Nipton||In a safe inside a house, along with a low condition grenade rifle.|
|Sierra Madre||Executive Suites, on a suitcase in a bedroom.|
|Zion Fishing Lodge||Fishing Lodge, on an end table next to a cabinet with two pre-War books.|
|Techatticup Mine||On the bottom of shelf of a supply cage.|
|Vault 34||In the collapsed room with a doctor's bag, skeleton, and first aid box.|
|Vault 34||In the room directly after the room with an inaccessible door and 3 vault dwellers in it.|
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The name of the book is likely inspired by the book The Anarchist Cookbook which featured recipes for homemade explosives.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
This magazine also makes an appearance in a Fallout: New Vegas loading screen.