Ripper (Fallout 76)

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Ripper
Fo4 Ripper.png
FO4Ripper.png
TypeMelee
Damage
Damage8
Damage TypeBallistic
Attacks
Attack RateVery fast
Weapon Modification
Weapon Versions
Other
Weight6
Value50
Technical
Editor IDRipper
 
Gametitle-F76.png
Gametitle-F76.png

The Ripper is a small, handheld, militarized chainsaw that saw extensive use in the armed conflicts before the Great War.

Fallout 76 loading screen

The Ripper is a weapon in Fallout 76.

Background[edit | edit source]

A hand-held, militarized chainsaw, popular with Army units requiring a compact engineering tool for cutting. Just what material is intended to be cut with the weapon remains open to debate. Two distinct models exist: A battery-powered variant with distinct teeth and pressurized gas-powered version using a chain.[1] with a commercial-grade, scaled-down version made available for the general market.[2]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

The Ripper is an extremely effective close combaat weapon, especially when paired with the appropriate mods, due to its high speed. Although the actual damage per hit is negligible, it hits several times per second and that stacks.

Crafting

ComponentsRequirementsProducts
4 Oil
10 Fuel
1 Ripper


The above template is generated from Template:F76 co Weapon Melee Ripper. For corrections, edit the target template.

Modifications[edit | edit source]

Modifications list ?
Mod Effects Crafting
Extended Blade
(E)

Targets bleed. Exceptional damage.


  • Add AttackDamage: 2
  • Value: +40%
  • Weight: +20%
  • Add Enchantment EnchWeapModBleed

Components
5 Oil
Requirements
Curved Blade
(E)

Better damage.


  • Add AttackDamage: 1
  • Value: +60%
  • Weight: +30%

Components
4 Oil
Requirements
Standard
(E)

Standard.


Components
3 Oil

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Fairly rare find on enemy Gunners and in the wild. Reliable sources usually include various weapon vendors.

References

  1. Fallout 76 loading screen hints: "The Ripper is a small, handheld, militarized chainsaw that saw extensive use in the armed conflicts before the Great War."
  2. Rippers in Fallout and Fallout 2.