Pure crimson flux (Fallout 76)

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Inventory nameStable Crimson Flux
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Pure crimson flux is a component in Fallout 76.

Background[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mutated flux flora

Flux flora is a type of mutated flora that briefly emerges in the wake of a missile detonation. The radiation and extreme conditions can fundamentally change the nature of the affected plant's tissue, showing exceptional versatility in manufacturing, as a fuel and component for advanced weapon and armor systems.[1] There are five types of flux, each of which emerges from a different kind of plant and requires stabilizing with chemical components for long-term storage and use. Inert flux is useless, except as an irradiated, but highly hydrating consumable item.[2]

Before the Great War, the military believed that the intense radiation would only produce hideous monstrosities only fit for extermination. The appearance of the flux, collected and researched by the Enclave in Appalachia, was a major surprise, along with their exceptional versatility and volatility. However, the relatively brief lifespan of the flux rendered them a historical curiosity, rather than a permanent element of wasteland survival.[3]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mutated flux flora

This flux type is generated by mutated asters (red hot bloom), blight (bright blight), brain fungus (enlightened fungus), cranberry (blast berry), firecap (blast cap), mothman eggs (ionized crackleberry, and wild gourd blossoms (boom blossom).

While processing it renders it impossible to consume, it does turn it into a vital crafting component, used in a variety of high level crafting recipes, including: Prime receivers (used against the scorched), fusion cores, overdrive servos and targeting HUDs for power armor, as well as the Eagle Eyes, Egg Head, Marsupial, and Scaly Skin serums.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

ComponentsRequirementsProducts
1 Stable Crimson Flux

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Raw flux can be harvested from plants in nuked zones (see above) and processed into stable (or pure) flux.
  1. Whitespring Congressional Bunker terminals
  2. Flux in Fallout 76.
  3. Automated training 4: "Due to the region's advanced missile installations, there is a high chance of a retaliatory nuclear strike touching down somewhere in Appalachia. The intense radiation released by such a blast can have devastating effects on local flora and fauna,mutating them into hideous monstrosities fit only for a quick death."
    MODUS: "To the contrary, general, our memory banks suggest quite the opposite."
    MODUS: "Our previous residents managed to acquire samples of some materials created shortly after the first bombs fell and what they found was ... illuminating, to say the least. /The material samples our previous residents collected after the initial nuclear exchange are impressive things. / We have records of the harvests our previous residents gathered from these nuked zones, and what they found was ... impressive to say the least. "
    MODUS: "Materials of exceptional versatility ... and volatility. However, if you can stabilize them fast enough, a jaunt into a blast zone, it seems, could be a productive one. / Versatile ... and volatile. But with proper stabilization, their uses are many. / Materials of exceptional power and versatility. If you are feeling courageous, a jaunt into a fallout region, it would seem, can be a fruitful one."
    MODUS: "But wherever you nuke, do make sure to don power armor ... or at least a hazmat suit before popping by. Documentation related to these materials can be found in the archives.
    MODUS: "As well, the fissures that have cropped up around the region seem promising as possible sources of materials... along with some added pest control. / The map in this room contains the locations of these fissures if you're looking for a target. / The region's fissures appear particularly intriguing as targets for transformation."