Stimpak (Fallout 76)
|For an overview of stimpak variants throughout the Fallout series, see stimpak.|
For fast, effective healing of both overall health and every injured body part, nothing beats a Stimpak.”— Fallout 76 loading screen
Background[edit | edit source]
A wonder of pre-War science, stimpaks are syringes filled with a mixture of healing agents and stimulants, allowing the user to boost their own body's natural regenerative functions. In most cases, it leads to an almost instantaneous regeneration of wounds. Stimpaks can also be used to treat physical conditions, such as a heart condition, but only temporarily. The syringe is typically equipped with a gauge for quickly identifying the state of the contents and can be used either in an intravenous or intramuscular fashion. The basic stimpak is designed for use on minor wounds, as the soup of healing medication is ineffective at treating major trauma.
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
A staple of healing in Fallout 76.
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Locations[edit | edit source]
- Stimpaks are most commonly found in first aid kits scattered throughout buildings all over Appalachia.
- Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.5-19: "A stimpak (short for Stimulation Delivery Package) contains many healing chems. A soup of healing medication, if you will. By injecting the Stimpak, you drastically increase your own recuperative functions and restore lost hit points almost instantly."
- Fallout Official Survival Guide p.124: "Stimpak: The stimpak is an autoinjector loaded with a variety of healing medications and stimulants. Injecting yourself or another character will increase your natural healing ability and give you an immediate Hit Point boost."
- The Lone Wanderer: "Here, take some Stimpaks. That should get him through."
Madison Li: "Yes, this looks to be enough. He'll need medical attention once we've reached the Citadel, but this will get him there. Thank you. Give me a moment, and we can continue."
(Madison Li's dialogue)